(Little Rock, AR) -- More details are being released about the aftermath of a deadly shooting at the Democratic party headquarters in Little Rock.
Officers say Timothy Johnson, 50, entered the headquarters Wednesday afternoon and demanded to speak to chairman Bill Gwatney.
When he was denied access, he went into Gwatney's office and shot him three times.
After a brief chase, officers shot and killed Johnson in small town of Sheridan, according to witnesses like this one.
"And he headed toward one police officer and they opened fire on him and he cut back, and it looked like he was headed toward the other one or a business, winston's clinic. And they fired on the vehicle for probably 30 to 40 rounds. It sounded like a miniature war."
Police said there was no indication that Johnson and Gwatney were acquainted.
Meanwhile, investigators are still trying to determine a motive for the violence. Gwatney died several hours after the shooting.