3 Jacksonville police say Officer James Busque shot four bullets at Johnson, killing him. It happened last night after police say Johnson shot another man. It's the 6th police shooting this year in the Jacksonville Sheriff's office, 3 of which have been deadly. Channel 4's Tarik Minor joins us now live from JSO headquarters downtown, with new details about what led up to the deadly gunfire....Tarik. 3 Johnson was pointing this gun at JSO officer James Busque when the officer made that split second decision to open fire.But according to police, it all started at an apartment complex, where Johnson shot another man during an argument. That's what put the whole scenario into motion. 3 00-08 45-5058-104PKG - 04:35:56"WE HEAR bamm bamm bamm bamm, and I said to my friend, listen man, that's was not a firecracker."This eyewitness who doesn't want to be identified is RIGHT - he DID hear gunfire coming from a unit here at The Grand Court Apartments.Police say Thomas Johnson opened fire on 39 year old Mario Perez after an argument, and then drove out of this aparment complex in a hurry.04:39:15"i hope the guy who got shot, I wish them well, him and his family."While trying to escape, Police say Johnson was spotted by JSO officer James Busque, playing chicken with oncoming traffic on Blanding Boulevard. The officer determined that the suspect wanted in the shooting, could injure other drivers on the eroad.04:30:12"the officer did the pit manuever, and spun the vehicle around, both vehicles came to a stop, the officer exited his vehicle." STANDUP - Police say the officer ordered Johnson to get out of the car and surrender, but instead Johnson got out of the vehicle pointing a gun at the officer, the officer fired 3 shots striking Johnson, but Johnson still raised his hand with the gun again, that's when the officer fired the final shot. 04:31:28"every time a police officer shoots it means they are shooting to eliminate the threat, that means the suspect is to no longer be a threat to the police officer or anyone on the scene." JSO officers say Johnson, was a convicted felon whose been arrested more than 13 times in Duval County, since 2005. 3 Tarik, what do police say the initial argument at the apartment complex was about, that sparked all of this?