Louisiana police released surveillance footage of the shooting and armed robbery at the shooting range on Monday, killing three people and injuring two others.
The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office showed the clips at a press conference for the fatal robbery that took place on Monday.
An operator of the store said that Saturday’s gun battle killed three people and injured two others at a gun store in Louisiana. The shooting range began when a customer refused to unload the weapon.
The Coroner of Jefferson Parish said that Herbert “Noah” Fischbach, 47, of Jefferson, Veronica Billiot, 59, of New Orleans, and Joshua Jamal William, 27, of New Orleans Ms was killed in a shootout at Metari̵
Sheriff Joseph Lopinto (Joseph Lopinto) previously stated that the shooter initially hit two people inside, and then several others (whether employees or shop customers) opened fire on the shooters inside and outside the building.
Lopinto said that the other two people were also shot and hospitalized in stable conditions. The head of the gun department, Michael Mayer, identified Williams as the shooter.
He told The Times-Picayune/New Orleans Advocate that Williams entered a store in suburban New Orleans with a full gun on Saturday and was ordered by the compliance officer to unload it.
Meyer said Williams “was enraged by the request, took the gun out of his pants, and started firing.” He said that employees and customers responded and “eliminated the threat.”
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Meyer also said that because the investigation is still ongoing, he can only tell the news media is limited.
Herbert Fischbach’s wife, Nancy, also confirmed that he was one of the three victims. She said that Fischbach is a special effects expert and an armored division responsible for overseeing the use of weapons in the movie set.
Nancy Fischbach said her husband has been working in a gun shop due to COVID-19 restrictions on the film industry. She thinks he died of helping the insiders of the store.
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Fischbach said: “He helped people.” “He bent back for everyone…Unless they did something wrong, he wouldn’t hurt anyone.”