JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- New evidence in the case against Michael Dunn, a man accused of killing a Jacksonville teen, was just released.
The evidence includes photographs taken by police as well as multiple 911 calls made by witnesses the night 17-year-old Jordan Davis was shot at a Southside gas station.
"I need an ambulance at the Gate gas station at Southside and Baymeadows," claimed one caller from a nearby business.
"May I please have the ambulance please? Somebody's been shot," said another, who seems to be standing near Davis at the time.
"There's an ambulance on the way," dispatch told him. "You don't know who shot him?"
"Where's the person that got shot?"
"He's in the car right now!"
"What kind of car?"
"It's a red Durango!"
Davis was a passenger in his friends red SUV when police say he got into an argument with Dunn over loud music.
Moments later, police say Dunn fired multiple shots.
"It was like pop, pop, pop, pop," said a third caller, who was exiting a nearby restaurant at the time, "and then it stopped for a second and then we heard pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop!"
A witness from inside the gas station told police the suspect, later identified as Dunn, was driving a dark-colored car and immediately left the scene.
"The person who was driving the vehicle was the one shooting out of the vehicle at somebody else, but we don't know what happened. The person firing has left but we did get a license number."
Dunn surrendered himself to police near his home in South Florida the next day.
In court, Dunn's attorney revealed the Davis and the other teens first left the scene, and then returned before police arrived. He claims Dunn felt threatened and that is why he fired.
A 911 caller did tell police he saw the teens exit the red Durango shortly after the shots were fired, and then they circled the parking lot of a neighboring shopping center before returning to the gas station where help was called.
Michael Dunn is now in jail awaiting trial. His next pretrial hearing is scheduled for March 19.