JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The State Attorney's office just released new information in the investigation of a local teen killed during an argument over loud music.
Michael Dunn is accused of shooting into a car full of teens, killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis. Dunn claimed the teens flashed a gun at him before he opened fire.
The documents reveal new information about the night of the shooting. We've been pouring through the documents and found nine bullets hit the SUV where Davis sat.
Some of the big points we've found in the documents so far, include that Dunn's story hasn't changed. Dunn told investigators from the start, the shooting was self-defense.
Secondly, Dunn's girlfriend, who was inside the store at the time of the shooting, told investigators Dunn never said anything to her about seeing a weapon in the car Jordan Davis was in.
One person inside the SUV with Davis also told investigators there was a heated argument between Davis and Dunn about the music. Moments before shots were fired, the witness heard Davis say, "I am tired of people telling me what to do."
All of this happened last year on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, at the Gate gas station on the Southside.
According to the documents, Dunn and Davis argued over loud music coming from the SUV Davis was in. The documents show Davis had at least one gunshot wound and his car window was down when shots rang out.