Jordan Davis was shot in a dispute over loud music on November 23, 2012. Davis was in a parked car with friends in the parking lot of a Gate gas station.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- New audio has been released from the night 17-year-old Jordan Davis was shot and killed in a gas station parking lot.
The State Attorney's Office on Tuesday released audio from the Gate gas station surveillance videos from inside of the convenience store.
You can hear a clerk and customers talking and then reacting to hearing shots fired outside in the parking lot.
"Somebody's shooting. Somebody's shooting out their car. I swear to God. He's shooting here. Right here in front of us. Call the cops. The cops are right across the street. This guy right here," someone can be heard saying on the audio.
"Oh my God. That was like so scary," another person can be heard saying.
Also released Tuesday by the State Attorney's Office was more than 140 pages of police reports, affidavits and evidence reports.
A Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Supplemental Report includes an account by a detective who interviewed Michael Dunn's girlfriend who police say was with Dunn the night of the shooting.
She told investigators she went inside the gas station to buy a bottle of wine.
"She stated when they pulled in they parked next to a red SUV that had the music turned up loud. Ms. (name redacted) advised the suspect stated, "I hate that thug music".
According to the report she said it was totally out of character for Dunn to confront anybody over loud music.
The report goes on to say that Dunn's girlfriend said she was at the counter when she heard gunfire.
"She saw the suspect partially out of his vehicle shooting his gun. Ms. (name redacted) stated she did not see what or who he was shooting at. Ms. (name redacted) exited the store to find out what was going on. The suspect told her to get into the car. She got into the care and the two of them drove away from the scene and went to the hotel where they were staying," the report stated.
When asked by police about the conversation in the car on the way to the hotel Dunn's girlfriend told police Dunn told her he was scared because the occupants of the vehicle were making threats and he believed they were starting to "advance on him".
According to the police report, "She stated the suspect did not say anything about seeing any weapons."
You can read the newly released documents below this story.
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Also released on Tuesday were 150 pages worth of documents in the case. Stay with First Coast News for more on what was found in the discovery documents.
Dunn Discovery Documents, 4/2/13
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