U.S. Army Drill Sergeant, Jessica Mitchell, 30, was found dead in her car, early New Year’s Day morning, in San Antonio, Texas.

Officers reported to the scene at 2:00 a.m., after receiving a report that there was a stranded car on I-10, a statement from the San Antonio Police Department said.

Upon arrival, police found Mitchell’s white Dodge Challenger. There were multiple bullet holes in the driver’s side door and window.

“Officers opened the vehicle door and checked for a pulse on the victim (who) appeared to have been struck multiple times,” the police said.

KSAT-TV reported that Mitchell didn’t have a pulse at the scene and she was pronounced dead at University Hospital, at 3 a.m.

Sgt. Mitchell was an Army dental specialist at the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.

According to the San Antonio Express-News, Maj. Gen. Dennis LeMaster assigned to the Center of Excellence said in a statement, “We are devastated by the tragic loss of Drill Sergeant Jessica Mitchell. Our sincere condolences go out to her family and friends. We are focused on supporting Drill Sergeant Mitchell’s family as well as her soldiers during this extremely difficult time.”

Mitchell was on leave at the time of the incident.