DAILYKENN.com -- "Watch me shoot at this bus," he reportedly said before pulling the trigger.
Authorities believe Joel Jones, 27, fired at the bus from another vehicle.
Sharon Johnson, 69, was shot and killed.
"Documents show investigators learned from surveillance video that a Chevy Malibu was traveling westbound when a person in the back seat pointed a black pistol at the bus and fired," according to 1011now.com.
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Two were arrested. Jones faces second-degree murder charges.
"Jarell Wheeler, 19, was also arrested and charged with accessory to second-degree murder," the report said.
The death occurred in Lincoln, Nebraska and was reported July 23, 2020.
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Johnson was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Lincoln. Those who knew her said she was a pillar of their church community and that she will be greatly missed.
“I was just a new member at the church and Sharon was there,” said John Spilker, a church member. “Sharon wanted to get to know me, She always would come up and give us both a hug.”
She played the organ, piano, flute and handbells and sang in the choir.
“She was just a woman of excellence and she wanted to make sure everyone knew they were loved,” said Pastor Kirstie Engel. “She always gave hugs.”
Sharon was active at her church, attending nearly every service, leaving those who knew her with fond memories.
“I spilled the bread, and oh, Sharon was not happy,” said Pastor Engel. “She was like, you spilled Jesus! It was so cute, but we got past that.”
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