After firing the shots, Lilly called 911.
Kenneth Lilly, 31, was charged Thursday with attempted second-degree murder and second-degree assault. "The words to describe what went on here, we nearly run out of ways to describe this".
There was one student on the bus, an 8-year-old girl, but she was not hurt.
"We're there to make that scene safe, but as far as the mindset of the individual at this time, I do not have any information on that", Minneapolis Police Chief Mederia Arradondo said. "It is just horrific".
Lilly has worked as an armed guard for Brooklyn Center based, Statewide Protective Agency since 2015. Brown says he doesn't know where the man works, but said he is not a licensed peace officer. Lilly then allegedly stopped his vehicle in the lane of traffic and walked toward the bus. Lilly stopped his auto and tried to get on the bus but the driver refused, telling him there was a child on board.
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The driver told Lilly he could not come in because there was a child onboard.
The school bus driver, who wasn't identified, suffered a gunshot wound to the head and was expected to survive.
Law enforcement authorities responded to a report of a shooting on the interstate at Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis at 2:14 p.m. Tuesday.
He then walked back to the front of the bus and fired five shots at the bus windshield, the complaint states. Video showed Lilly walk towards the driver's side of the bus and pull out a 9 millimeter semiautomatic pistol.
Lilly later told officers that he feared for his life, and said that is why he shot the bus driver, according to the complaint.