Glendale Police Department releases 911 calls from Westgate shooting

We are hearing the 9-1-1 calls from the Westgate Entertainment District shooting last week on Wednesday, May 20th.

The Glendale Police Department released the calls Tuesday afternoon, and a warning: they are hard to listen to.

The shooting started around 7:30 p.m. at the entertainment district and three people were hurt in the shooting. All are expected to be OK.

20-year-old Armando Hernandez Jr. has been arrested, reportedly admitting to detectives he wanted to hurt people because he was bullied and wanted respect.

Armando Hernandez Jr.

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In at least one of the 9-1-1, calls you can hear people pleading for help as shots are being fired. 

Hernandez's bond is set at one million dollars cash.