The Cigars & Smokes clerk accused of shooting and killing a 13-year-old boy made bail Wednesday afternoon.
According to court records, Raad Sunna, who's facing murder charges in the death of Fabriccio Patti's, bail was $150,000.
Metro Police said surveillance video shows that the teens were not near the clerk or presenting imminent danger when Sunna fired at them. Metro Lt. Dan McGrath said, the three teens were not armed, but Sunna fired at them eight or nine times.
"What we saw on the video was three young men or kids. They're kids basically, enter the business, and they stopped to grab merchandise. At that point it was our assessment that Mr. Sunna was not in jeopardy, not being threatened when they stopped to grab the property. They never made it up close to him at all, not even close. They did rush in, but then they stopped to grab certain items," Lt. Dan McGrath said.
It is unknown if the teens said anything to Sunna or if he was fearful they would come back into the business.
Sunna is now on house arrest. Famed attorney Dominic Gentile has decided to represent Sunna.
His next court date is set for Thursday, Dec. 8 at 8 a.m.
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