The officers involved in an October shooting in a Flagstaff Walmart parking lot followed police protocol by using lethal force against a man who opened fire on them. Police say they received a report of a white male playing loud music in his truck and was carrying a weapon at around 9:48 p.m. back on October 12th in the parking lot of the store on Huntington Drive. When officers arrived they asked 29-year-old Sean Brady of Flagstaff to show his hands and get out of his truck. Brady started firing on the officers. Police then took cover and returned fire, as did two other officers that arrived. The truck then rolled into a light pole in the parking lot. Officers took Brady out of the truck and he was pronounced dead at the scene. No officers were injured in the exchange. Police found two rifles, a handgun, boxes of ammo and several shell casings inside the truck. The Navajo County Attorney’s Office released a report Wednesday saying the use of force by the officers was justified.