Cleaning crews, not police, are now on the scene at the apartment complex. But, details are still coming out about what lead to one man's bizarre confrontation with officers.
Police say that the suspect, James Lunsford, made several calls to 911 (you can listen to the calls below). Police say he called giving what investigators now say was a bogus story in an effort to lure officers to his townhouse in northwest Fresno.
Police now say it was Lunsford who may have been depressed, shooting Officers Trevor Shipman and Daniel Messick, and sparking a nearly eight hour standoff, before Lunsford shot himself.
Police say the two officers were in the worst possible position when the shooting started. They were just beyond a nearby gate with walls on three sides and the bullets coming from above.
Both Trevor and Daniel understand how fortunate they are to be alive today. Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer credited officers and dispatchers for handling Wednesday's chaos. Dyer says Lunsford still had ammunition to spare when he died, and investigators found a note written just hours before the shooting began.
The note talked about Lunsford's past drug and alcohol abuse and was written as a letter of apology to his loved ones.
Just minutes after Thursday's shooting, the suspect made a chilling call to 911. On the tape you'll hear gunshots and the dispatcher trying to stop this violent encounter.
You can listen to the 911 calls in their entirety by clicking on the video player to the left or by clicking below:
Just Added: This is the initial call placed to 911 and subsequent calls that began the entire ordeal. This is a collection of calls resulting from the initial contact and is about 7 minutes long all together.
SWAT Standoff: Initial 911 Calls