JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Action News has obtained new video of Michael Dunn speaking with police less than 24 hours after Jordan Davis was shot and killed at a gas station in November.
"I've never been so scared in my life," Dunn tells police in the video. He insists he wasn't looking for a fight when he pulled next to the teen's SUV. Dunn says he was on his way to a Jacksonville hotel after his son's wedding in Orange Park.
[AUDIO: WITNESSES REACT TO 911 CALL
"Their music starts and I roll down my window, and I thought I was polite, and asked them nicely, hey would you guys mind turning that down?"
Dunn says the teens did at first, but through a closed window, he could tell one of them was upset. That's when he says things started to heat up.
"I thought they were singing, but [then they said] you're going to die [expletive removed]. Then it started getting a little louder. That's when I popped my window down and was like, 'You're talking about me?' And they was like you're dead. You're dead [expletive removed]!"
Dunn says he thought one of the teens had a shotgun.
"It was either a barrel or a stick but, sir, they're like we're going to kill you and then they said, 'you're dead [expletive removed].' What I should have done was put the car in reverse, but that shotgun come up or whatever it was - fight or flight - and I don't think there was time for flight at that moment because I was going to get shot."
Dunn says he grabbed his gun from his glove box and shot at the SUV four times. As the teens drove away, he says he fired four more times. Then, he and his girlfriend drove to their hotel and ordered pizza. The next day, they drove to his home in south Florida.
Police asked why he didn't call them right away.
"I wanted to come back to my hometown to do that - with our dog and everybody - where they needed to be. I didn't want to bring a [expletive removed] storm in Jacksonville."
Michael Dunn's bond was denied in March. He is scheduled for a pretrial hearing tomorrow morning.