(KXTV) - Eri Raya, 10, of North Highlands was released from the University of California, Davis Medical Center last week and is now receiving care at home, according to his older brother.
Eri said the shooter pulled up in a vehicle in front of the house while he was playing outside around 11:15 p.m. on April 20.
"Me and my brother and one of my friends were outside, and like four people in a car came and started to shoot," Eri said.
The gunman called out to Eri before shooting.
"He said 'what's up,' that's all," Eri recalled.
That's when the man shot Eri in the legs, back and arm five times.
Eri was rushed to UC Davis Medical Center in critical condition. Ten days later, he was able to help police draw a sketch of the shooter.
"I feel angry because they shot me," Eri said.
Eri said he is still scared and just hopes the shooter is arrested soon.
Investigators with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department said they not have a motive and are still searching for the shooter.