One was the mother and grandmother there who picked up the protective gun she ordered.
The other is a gun enthusiast, engaged in one of his two jobs. The third is target practice.
They were all killed at the Jefferson Gun Outlet in Metairie on Saturday afternoon. At that time, the alleged violation of safety rules turned into a gun battle, and Veronica Billiot was dispatched. (Veronica Billiot), Herbert “Noah” Fischbach (Herbert “Noah” Fischbach) and Joshua Williams (Joshua Williams) went to the morgue, and the other two went to the morgue. The hospital was injured, officials and relatives said Sunday.
Investigators from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office combed through surveillance video, ballistic evidence, and witness testimony to reconstruct everything that happened during the massacre. One day later, details of the victims in the bloodshed in the gun shop and indoor shooting range of 1
Veronica Billiot entered Metairie’s Jefferson gun on Saturday and Saturday afternoon and picked up the gun she ordered to protect herself.
Investigators are reviewing the key exchange. The 27-year-old Williams brought a pistol with an extended magazine into the store and argued with the staff that when they told him to unload the weapon, he had to abide by a rule that prohibits customers who are not in the target area. Bringing guns at the booth, this is a number of laws. Law enforcement officials told The Times the New Orleans Advocate.
The detectives suspected that the matter had escalated so rapidly that relatives said that Williams, who had gone there to use the range, fired a warning bomb at the ceiling.
According to sources, investigators believe Williams subsequently shot and killed the 47-year-old clerk Fischbach. Williams and Billiot, 59, were there to collect the guns she ordered in advance. According to her family, they were fatally injured, and armed employees and customers in the store started firing.
On Saturday, a 27-year-old New Orleans man started a gunfight, killing him and two others at Jefferson’s gun in Metarie…
Williams (Williams) died after running to the parking lot. Investigators later discovered that the parking lot was full of used bullets. Billiot died inside the main entrance of the store, the glass door was broken. Two other people were injured during the shootout and were taken to the hospital, although their wounds are considered life-threatening.
Jefferson Coroner, Gerry Cvitanovich, released the names of Williams, Fischbach, and Billiot on Sunday morning. However, there is little new information about who shot Williams and Billio in the store, and investigators are still trying to determine exactly which countless weapons were released at the scene and who they might have attacked.
In any case, the three families had a tragic experience with heavy casualties on Sunday, and the tragedy became national news within a few hours.
Linda Billiot said that all indications were that when the debate involving Williams began, her sister Veronica “did not know what was going on.”
“She is completely innocent,” Linda Billiot said in a telephone interview on Sunday.
Linda Billiot made her voice from time to time. She remembered how Veronica Billiot helped her two sisters grow up because their mother was not in Cape Algiers ( Algiers Point) grew up.
Linda Billiot said she makes a living as a military housing property manager at the New Orleans Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Belle Chasse. In addition to her sisters, Veronica Billiot also raised three children and had six grandchildren.
Linda Billiot said that Veronica Billiot’s son was shocked to hear the five-fold shooting at Jefferson’s gun shop. He knew his mother I went there and picked up the weapons she ordered for self-defense for the gun battle. Linda Billiot said that officials quickly confirmed that his mother was dead.
“It’s shocking-I didn’t deal with it,” Linda Billiot said. “Since I learned what happened, I haven’t slept.”
It was a 47-year-old gun and movie stunt fan and a caring husband and father who were killed in a shooting on Saturday.
Billiot’s employer, president of the New Orleans Naval Housing and Noble Management Company, said that she “lives a full and successful life at home and at work” and is “committed to employees.”
Alex Lewis, president of Patricia Management, said in an e-mail statement: “She served at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Belle Chasse for 15 years.” “She is a tireless worker, passionate about the pursuit of excellence, and pays tribute to our military family.”
Fischbach’s widow remembered that her husband was a loyal partner, and his father was ambitious and wanted to climb the professional ladder of the film industry. He has served as a special effects expert and armorer, responsible for supervising the correct and safe use of all weapons in the movie set.
Fourteen-year-old wife Nancy Fischbach said that due to coronavirus restrictions on the film industry, Fischbach has been spending more time at the Jefferson Gun Factory doing his other work.
However, he also found time to be a devout husband, for example, when he planned to arrange a day full of surprises for their anniversary, such as wine, pastries and other snacks.
“He is amazing,” Fischbach said of her husband, who is raising a 13-year-old son Ethan with her. “Words cannot describe who he is. He is so real, so real, so real. He is my soul mate.”
Williams’ family members opposed issuing a statement claiming that he was responsible for the violence at Jefferson’s gun.
Relatives of Williams said Saturday that he went to the store with his brother and some children. The relative, who asked not to be named, expressed doubts about Williams, because Williams would conduct gun battles in places he knew were frequented by law enforcement officers and former military personnel on duty.
Family members pointed out that Williams has been to other gun shooting ranges in the area and has never encountered any problems. In addition, a woman on social media said she was Williams’ mother and posted a message on social media saying that he did not participate in the shooting and was fired by a company employee.
The woman wrote: “My son… was murdered.” She called herself Trudy Edwards.
On Sunday, there was no answer to the knock on the front door of Williams’ home address.
Michael Mayer, the head of the Jefferson Gun Company, jumped into Fischbach and his other employees’ defenses on Sunday.
Meyer said that because Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and other officials are still investigating, he must limit his comments, but he issued a statement accusing Williams of being at the store after asking him to unload the pistol. Evaluation.
“Our store was attacked by Joshua Williams,” Meyer’s statement said in part. “In the subsequent gun battle, a customer and an employee were killed. Gunner Joshua Williams (Joshua Williams) also died.”
The customer said that everyone was trapped there.