“There were 70 people here at our weekly meeting service just an hour before he came by,” Billy Williams, the church administrator told the Times. “I’m just thankful that all of our doors and security was in place.”About 8 to 10 people were inside the church when Bush tried to get in, according to Williams. He then turned his attention to the Kroger where he entered and fired several rounds at Stallard. He then left the store and opened fire on Jones in the parking lot. Bush was stopped by an armed bystander who shot at him. He attempted to flee but was eventually caught by officers. Bush allegedly told the gunman who intervened that “whites don’t kill whites,” but Police Chief Sam Rogers was unable to confirm that tale. Bush, according to reports, struggled with mental illness, and had a long criminal history that included charges of assault, domestic violence and threats that included the use of racial slurs. The FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are helping Jeffersontown police with the investigation, as they work to figure out whether the weapon Bush used was legally obtained.