From Daily Mail:
The group who got into a deadly gunfight with police in a Cottonwood, Arizona Walmart parking lot on Saturday have been identified as the eight members of a Christian family street band from Idaho.
The Gaver family had allegedly been camping out in the parking lot for a few days when they had a confrontation with police which resulted in the death of Enoch Gaver. Ten-year Cottonwood Police veteran Sgt Jeremy Daniels, 31, and suspect David Gaver were also shot in the attack and hospitalized
Meanwhile, the remaining members of the Gaver family have been jailed, including an 11-year-old and 15-year-old who were sent to a juvenile detention facility.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety, who are investigating the shooting, said it was sparked Saturday when a few members of the Gaver family went into the Walmart to use the bathroom, and one of the store employees followed them into the restroom.
At least one member of the Gaver family shoved the female employee, which led to the store calling 911.
When police arrived on the scene to investigate the incident, they found the Gavers in the parking lot where they had been living out of a large SUV for the past few days.
DPS spokesman Bart Graves says when the police arrived, the Gavers 'immediately' started attacking, according to AZ Central.
Witness Louie Solano told KPHO that the fight 'looked like a riot in the middle of the parking lot'.
'Lots of screams. Just screeching noise, like unreal, unreal,' Solano said.
'During the course of the fight, we believe there was a struggle for the officer's gun,' Graves said.
That's when three shots were fired, though it's not clear who had the gun at that point.
The shots killed Enoch Gaver and injured relative David Gaver and Sgt Jeremy Daniels.
Sgt Daniels was shot in the leg, while David Gaver was hit in the abdomen.
A Walmart employee who came to the aid of police suffered a sprained arm and cuts in the fight. Other officers were treated for lacerations, bruises and a twisted ankle.
As of Tuesday, David Gaver was still hospitalized but once he is released he will be taken to jail to join four of his adult relatives.
Jeremiah Gaver, 28, is currently jailed under suspicion of aggravated assault, Peter Gaver, 55, for hindering prosecution and resisting arrest, Nathaniel Gaver, 27, for assault on a law-enforcement officer and Ruth Gaver, 52 for the same charge.
A boy and girl from the Gaver family are currently being held at the Prescott Juvenile Detention facility. Their identities have not been released.
Dwight D'Evelyn of the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office says the Gavers are being held on bonds ranging from $25,000 to $75,000.
The Gavers are due in court for their first hearing on March 31. Graves says the family have not been cooperating with the DPS investigation.
According to Facebook, the family is part of a band called 'Matthew 24 Now' (they are also go by 'Busking in the Son' back in Idaho). The name refers to a Biblical passage dealing with the end of times.
In a message on the Facebook page, the family writes: 'We won't do any events where there's gonna be illegal drugs. Or any form of promiscuity.'
A local Idaho station reported that the family sometimes played music outside an Albertson's grocery store in Boise.