More than 150 businesses were damaged or destroyed during the violent riots in Baltimore on Monday.

Stephanie Webber, co-owner of Mick O'Shea's Irish Pub, shared with Megyn Kelly tonight what happened when protesters approached her business. 

She said that luckily one of her employees warned her that rioters were about two blocks away and heading in the direction of her business.

Webber said that she immediately locked the front door, but her brother, David, tried to go outside to speak to the "young individuals" who were pounding on the door and window trying to get in.

"Within seconds they punched him on the side of the head," Webber stated. "We were able to get him back inside safely without it escalating and locked the doors again."

"Eventually they did throw a brick, rocks, and shattered one of our windows," she stated. "But they never made it in."

Webber said that after the whole thing ended, she was "scared and shaking."

She also said that police never responded to a 911 call requesting help.  

Watch the video above.  

LATEST on Fox News Insider...

See Dad's Epic Response to Principal Over Kids' 'Unexcused Absence'

Caught on Camera: Car Plows into Elderly Woman, Then Flees

Louisiana School Restores 'In God We Trust' Sign After Huge Rally By Students

Hateful Note to Vet: 'I Hope You Watch Your Child Starve & Die'