Kansas City police pulled up behind Jovan Belcher’s parked Bentley early Saturday morning around 3 a.m. Belcher told police he was waiting for his girlfriend (not Kasandra Perkins) and that he fell asleep inside his car.

Police say he was cooperative. They searched his car and with no warrants out, allowed Belcher to call a friend, who let him in the apartment where his car was waiting outside.

Belcher drove home later that morning after getting a wakeup call at 6:30 a.m. and drove back to his home where he argued with Perkins before shooting her multiple times. He then drove to the Chiefs’ facility, where he spoke briefly with general manager Scott Pioli and coach Romeo Crennel, before taking his own life.

The second video shows a patrol car racing to Arrowhead Stadium. Officers can be heard confirming there has been a shooting and there is an armed suspect at the stadium.