Published: Jul 29, 2011 8:14 AM EDT
Updated: Jul 29, 2011 7:15 AM EDT

NAPLES, Fla. - The frantic 911 call from a woman during a home invasion is released as the victim tries to describe a botched robbery.

"They had guns.. there were five mexican men. They all have guns.  Big hand guns. One has rifle," said Jackie Bracey during the 3 minute call.

Four men are accused of holding Jackie Bracey at gunpoin at her Golden Gate Estates home Tuesdayt.

Bracey's screams awoke her husband, Ronald, who grabbed his handgun, fired at two of the suspects — hitting one in the shoulder — and chased them off.

"They pointed the gun at me, and my husband came out of the bedroom and pointed the gun at them. There was shots exchanged," cried Bracey.

Later in the call she continues, "...they pushed me. I was walking my dogs to go to the bathroom... they jumped us."

Deputies arrested three men — Fidel Abel Marrero-Rodriguez, 27; Pedro Louis Herrera, 25; and Yadier Gonzalez-Rodriguez, 27 — on charges of armed home-invasion robbery, and impersonating a law enforcement officer.

Investigators say they are still searching for a fourth suspect, who may have been the getaway driver.