New Mexico officials released body camera video Thursday of officers responding to the scene. One of the police officers shot during the incident could be seen falling to the ground. Other officers were seen giving the officer medical aid.

A photo of a note found on Wilson’s body was released as well, with police also revealing Wilson had amassed a cache of weapons and ammunition at the home he shared with his father. Law enforcement found approximately 1,400 rounds of ammo stored, as well as ten other firearms of varying calibers scattered throughout the home.

Police noted the weapons, although accessible to Wilson, did not belong to him.

Police also revealed that although Wilson had been wearing a bulletproof vest when he first opened fire from his home, he “deliberately removed the vest” prior to his encounter with officers as he was walking down the street toward a church

Farmington Deputy Police Chief Baric Crum, left, provides details about a deadly shooting the day before, during a news conference in Farmington, N.M., Tuesday, May 16, 2023. Authorities said the 18-year-old gunman killed three women and wounded six others while roaming a neighborhood and apparently firing at random targets. AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan

Witnesses and police say Wilson walked through the Farmington neighborhood where he lived and began randomly firing bullets until police arrived on the scene.

Farmington Deputy Police Chief Baric Crum previously said investigators don’t believe Wilson knew any of the victims. Police officers shot during the incident have since been released from local hospitals.

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