An Ohio State fan had a scary night following the Fiesta Bowl on Saturday. According to a report from WFTV, the fan who was in Arizona for the Buckeyes’ Fiesta Bowl game against Clemson was carjacked, kidnapped, robbed and shot in the hours after the game.

The incident occurred on Sunday morning after the victim got into an argument with his girlfriend and went to sleep in his car for the evening. While in the car, a man wearing a ski mask knocked on the victim’s window and told him the car was parked in an assigned spot. When the victim rolled down his window, the man pointed a gun at him and told him to get out of the car.

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The victim was then taken in a car with two other men wearing ski masked to a nearby ATM, where he was told to withdraw money. Shots were fired at the victim shortly after he withdrew money, when he tried to run away.

From WFTV:

Anthony was driven to an area in Peoria and was told to walk away backward, KNXV reported. When one of the men pointed a gun at him, Anthony turned and ran, the television station reported.

Anthony said he heard several gunshots and felt one hit his lower back, according to court documents.

“It sounded like five or six (gunshots),” Sandy Rees, a nearby resident, told KNXV. “Then I heard arguing and two more shots.”

After being shot, the victim was spotted on a doorbell cam pleading for help.

Phoenix police arrested Roderick Jabri Smith, 18, and two minors — a 17-year-old and a 16-year-old. Smith was charged with kidnapping, armed robbery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to the report.