"I used my right hand to shield his final attempt to shoot me in my head, but I fell over in my seat and played dead and did not move," Tucker said.
She was treated and released from a local hospital Sunday night.
"I'm desperately distraught," she said.
Anthony Tucker was later released from jail without charges, but police said they're still investigating the incident.
Haggerty was apparently upset by a lien placed on his home for non-payment of HOA dues by the Tuckers, a neighbor told the news station.
Resident Valerie Perkins said residents in the subdivision voted in 2016 to disband the HOA and began paying a Public Improvement District for neighborhood maintenance.
Perkins told WFAA that the Tuckers also placed a lien on her home and at least 10 others in the neighborhood. She said she filed a lawsuit over the situation.
Haggerty is still in jail on a $100,000 bond.