Kenneth Walter Lilly, 31, who works as a security guard, now faces up to 20 years behind bars for firing five bullets at a bus driver during a traffic incident on a packed I35 highway on Tuesday.
CCTV video of the bizarre incident shows Lilly, who is from the city of St. Paul, driving ahead of the bus in slow traffic on a snowy road. Suddenly, the suspect’s vehicle pulls into the hard shoulder. Lilly is then seen stepping out of his car, a black Toyota sedan, and walking back to confront the driver of the school bus. Shortly afterwards, he begins shooting into the windshield with what authorities say was a 9mm semiautomatic handgun.
After firing, the shooter called 911, according to the authorities. The video shows the suspect pacing back and forth, waiting for Minnesota State Troopers to arrive and arrest him.
The school bus driver, whose identity has not been made public, was rushed to hospital. The 78-year-old male is now recovering from non-life-threatening injuries after being shot in the head and left arm. An eight-year-old child seated in the back of the bus at the time of the shooting was unhurt and was reunited with their family.
В миннисоте 31 летний чувак повздорил с водителем школьного автобуса, подрезал его, выскочил из машины и прямо через ветровое стекло расстрелял. Водитель, кстати, 78 лет, так что сомневаюсь, что он как-то виноват в произошедшим. Стрелок, кстати, белый, а то бы нашпиговали его свинцом копы.