Craig Wallace was a witness to the crime and he said, "He drove up in this truck got out with two rifles and got up to the door kicked it open put the shot gun on the lady and he was apparently looking for someone else."
The eye witnesses says Salsberry left. That's when he targeted a 23 year old student who asked not to be on camera. The victim says she went to check her mailbox then she got in her car, then the suspect came at her with a gun, he made her get out, he got in, then he drove off.
Wallace said, "Then I saw the truck back out really fast to the end of the drive way."
The next stop, this Chase bank on the corner of Thomas Road and Cypress Street in West Monroe. Fred Matte was inside the bank making a transaction when he says Salsberry came storming inside.
Matte said," Fella came in yelling wanting tellers to empty drawers give him money said something like think I'm kidding. He showed his riffle and then he took money."
But, investigators say Salsberry wasn't done yet. He drove down the street to Brookshires. That's where Chris Whittington, who was doing construction work at the time, says he heard gun fire.
Whittington said, "I heard a gunshot, I was over here working I turned around and I looked and saw an old man was on the ground something during that process the guy was like is that enough for you then he walked back to the truck with gun and got in."
Steven Salsberry, Jr took off to El Dorado where police say more innocent by standards are in danger as long as he's on the lose.