Louisiana police released surveillance footage Monday of an armed robbery at a gun store and shooting range that left three people dead and two others injured.
The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office showed edited clips at a news conference Monday about the development of the deadly robbery.
Saturday’s shooting that left three dead and two more injured at a Louisiana gun store and shooting range began when a customer refused to unload his gun, an operator at the store said.
The Jefferson Parish coroner said Herbert “Noah” Fischbach, 47, of Jefferson, Veronica Billiot, 59, of Belle Chasse, and Joshua Jamal Williams, 27, of New Orleans, were killed in Saturday’s shooting. . afternoon at Jefferson Gun Outlet in Metairie.
Sheriff Joseph Lopinto previously said the shooter initially struck two people inside, and then several people, either employees or customers of the store, opened fire on the shooter, both inside and outside the building.
Lopinto said that two other people were also shot and hospitalized in stable condition. Michael Mayer, an executive at the gun store, identified Williams as the shooter.
He told The Times-Picayune / The New Orleans Advocate that Williams entered the store in the New Orleans suburb on Saturday with a loaded firearm and was asked by a compliance officer to unload.
Mayer said Williams “got nervous about the request, pulled the gun out of his pants and started shooting.” He said employees and customers responded to the fire and “eliminated the threat.”
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Mayer also said he was limited in what he could tell the media as the investigation is still ongoing.
Herbert Fischbach’s wife, Nancy, also confirmed that he was one of the three killed. He said Fischbach was a special effects specialist and gunsmith, supervising the use of weapons on film sets.
Nancy Fischbach said her husband had been working in the armory due to COVID-19 restrictions in the film industry. She believes that she died helping people inside the store.
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“It helped people,” Fischbach said. “He did everything he could for everyone … he wouldn’t hurt anyone unless they did something wrong.”