HAPPENING NOW: Multiple People Shot At A Kentucky Kroger

HAPPENING NOW: Multiple People Shot At A Kentucky Kroger

HAPPENING NOW: Multiple People Shot At A Kentucky Kroger

An arrest citation says a man charged with fatally shooting two people at a Kentucky grocery store shot the first victim in the back of the head.

A Facebook post by a Gregory Bush says he has "worked most of my life and battled mental illness throughout my life".

Moments later, he claimed that a man walked through the parking lot holding a gun by his side, when he pleaded with Harrell not to shoot him. Stallard was the father of Kellie Watson, the chief equity officer for the administration of Mayor Greg Fischer, tasked with improving racial equity within city government's policies and practices.

Deacon said he went to the woman to start CPR on her but realized he couldn't help her. Initial reports indicated two people were injured. Harrell said he called out to ask what was going on, and the gunman replied: "Don't shoot me".

Louisville, Kentucky police say people shot inside grocery store
Multiple people shot inside a Kentucky Kroger

He told WDRB-TV that he heard gunfire and saw two men run out of the Kroger store into the parking lot Wednesday, shooting at each other.

The shooting was reported just after 3 p.m.at the Kroger store in Jeffersontown, located on the eastern outskirts of Louisville. The suspect fled the scene and police later apprehended him. The investigation is still ongoing, and Rogers said he had no direct knowledge of what statements the shooter has made. I won't shoot you. He said he drove to the store after she called him sobbing to tell him what had happened. Under questioning by reporters, he said that preliminary information suggested that this may have been a random shooting. "Can't we all agree that that is unacceptable?"

Bush's criminal record shows he threatened his ex-wife and punched a deputy sheriff during a family court hearing years ago. The boy was physically unharmed, but most certainly traumatized, the mayor said, adding, "He was there and can not unsee what he has seen".

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