"They didn't reach for a taser, they fired two shots and missed him, then they fired two or more shots," said Lanay, a young woman who works at a store on Greenmount and declined to give her last name. On the heels of incident, she and other bystanders were under the impression that the man had been killed. "Everybody was screaming, 'Don't shoot, don't shoot'," she said. She was also surprised the police started firing in the midst of so many bystanders in the area. "There was people at the bus stop when the man was shot, [the police] didn't care about everybody else at the bus stop."