People of Walmart Dept: He couldn’t stop playing with his warm gun:
At one point, a clerk working the electronics section told police that Walters took the gun out of its holster and then removed and replaced the gun’s magazine. The woman feared she was about to be robbed and notified the store manager. Walters continued through the store, apparently with a video game he told the clerk he would pay for at the front registers.
Walters wound up near a register where he later told police he intended to purchase the game. Several customers were nearby.
He removed the Jennings from the holster again, causing the magazine to come loose and fall to the floor. Walters re-inserted the magazine and continued manipulating the handgun when it fired, sending one round into the ceiling, Peoples said.