CLEARWATER, Florida -- Police say a Florida man was shot and killed over a parking space.
The incident in Clearwater was caught on surveillance camera.
Another man says he had the same argument with the suspected shooter a month ago.
"He flipped out saying he would shoot me. So when I left he called the owner of my company stating he was going to kill me," Rich Kelly told WFTS.
Kelly says the man was upset he parked in a handicapped space.
It's also the same thing that Michael Drejka was upset about Thursday when he was yelling at a woman in the parking lot.
Surveillance video shows Markeis McGlockton leave the store to defend his girlfriend and shove Drejka hard to the ground.
Drejka then pulls out a gun and shoots McGlockton in the chest.
McGlockton died right in front of his 5-year-old son.
Store owner Ali Selous says McGlockton was a frequent customer who was there buying candy for his little boy.
"It's sad to see him die in front of his son...for a parking lot. For a stupid reason! Just to argue just to find someone to argue with," Selous said.
Selous also told WFTS that he had to call police a month ago when Drejka got into a yelling match with Kelly.
The Pinellas County Sheriff is not pressing charges against Drejka because of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law.
Man won't be charged in deadly shooting over parking spot due to Florida's 'stand your ground' law