"Whites don't kill whites", the shooter said in Zinniger's account. Neither man was hurt in that confrontation, Rogers said.
Bush allegedly entered the Jeffersontown store around 2 p.m. Wednesday and shot his first victim, later identified as Maurice Stallard, 69, multiple times, including when Stallard was down on the floor, according to the police report.
Kentucky authorities say a 51-year-old man has been charged with murder in the shooting at a grocery store on the outskirts of Louisville that left two people dead.
Investigators are still trying to determine a motive but a witness said Bush pointed a gun at a white man who had pulled out a gun and went after Bush.
Police wrote in the report that Bush's parents were "terrified of (his) unpredictable behavior".
The bystander, identified as Ed Harrell by the Courier-Journal, said he was in the parking lot when he heard gunshots, at which point he grabbed his own guns.
A man carrying a concealed weapon who happened to be in the parking lot challenged Bush, and police say the suspect then "began firing wildly" at him, putting other shoppers in the parking lot in danger.
Bush appeared in court Thursday for arraignment and his bond was set at $5 million, according to court records. He then saw the gunman walk "nonchalantly" with his gun by his side. Harrell said he called out to ask what was going on, and the gunman replied: "Don't shoot me".
The female victim was identified as Vicki Lee Jones, described by her nephew Keith Gunn as a "warm and giving" person with two sons and multiple grandchildren.
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"Don't shoot me. I won't shoot you".
Stallard is the father of Kellie Watson, who serves in the mayor's office as his chief racial equity officer.
Court records show he punched and choked his elderly parents at their home several years ago.
Fischer said Thursday he's "sick and heartbroken" that two people were shot to death, and says the tragedy "hit close to home".
Although roughly ten people were inside the church post-service, the building's doors were locked.
"Somehow, a few have become so beholden to politics that they place a higher value on that than on the lives of our fellow Americans", said Fischer, a Democrat running for re-election. "Can't we all agree that that is unacceptable?"
Bush was marked as a "suicide risk" on the arrest sheet, which also indicated his ex-wife had an emergency protective order against him. He's recorded driving out of the lot while an officer chases after him on foot. He said he saw a woman in her mid-50s or early 60s get hit as he was calling 911, and he ran to help her. "I'm lucky I made it this far with all the trouble I've caused myself when I get off my medicine".
"It's just a very, very scary situation", King said.
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.
Louisville has created violence-prevention programs, and has more to do, he said.