LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Police have closed one of those two homicide cases after gunfire killed two people and left five others wounded during the Juice Bowl on Thanksgiving Day at Shawnee Park.
According to Louisville Metro police, ballistics testing showed Billy McKee, one of the men who died, was shot by the other man who died, Michael Carter.
Investigators believe Carter was the first to pull a weapon, but are not releasing any additional information.
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LMPD Lt. Emily McKinley said, "I'm not going to get into details again why the fight happened or what the fight about, we've heard several different versions of that. It's best that we let people come forward. We have some other interviews we need to do and we need to, you know, get those details from them."
Police believe Carter's killer is still at large.
Witnesses said one of the five wounded people was also shot by Carter. Officers said there was at least one other shooter and have not determined who shot the other four survivors.