Girl, 14, boy, 12, charged with attempted murder after getting into shootout with Volusia deputies
Volusia County deputy-involved shootout with kids Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood released body-camera and Air One video Wednesday of a deputy-involved shootout that left a 14-year-old girl injured. VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. — A 14-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy are now facing attempted first-degree murder of law enforcement officers and armed burglary charges after they got into a shootout with Volusia deputies Tuesday night, the sheriff’s office said. READ: ‘So full of hate’: Bodycam, aerial footage shows dramatic shootout after 2 children open fire on Volusia County deputiesIn the home, they armed themselves with the homeowners AK-47, a pump shot gun and a pistol. PHOTOS: Girl, 14, injured in shootout with deputiesJackson was shot three times and rushed to a hospital. Expand Autoplay Image 1 of 22 Volusia County deputy-involved shooting Both children fired at deputies several times throughout the incident as deputies attempted to resolve it peacefully, the sheriff’s office reported.wftv.com
VIDEO: I-4 shooting suspects arrested after fleeing attempt ends in rollover crash
VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – Two men from Sanford were arrested on Saturday following a shooting on I-4 that was caught on camera, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office. After the suspect vehicle fled from a deputy, Air One took over from overhead and tracked the vehicle as it started weaving through traffic on I-4 and through Deltona. The shooting is the second one on I-4 in Volusia County in recent weeks. On Feb. 21, Florida Highway Patrol troopers responded to reports of a shooting between vehicles near mile marker 113. Last April, at least 19 vehicles were damaged when a suspect fired a BB gun at passing vehicles on I-4 and I-95.
Palm Coast Man Faces Felony Charge Over Laser-Pointing at Helicopter During Search for Another Suspect
A search began, and deputies called in Air One, which has night-vision capabilities on board. “It’s not a harmless joke.”In Florida, pointing a laser at an aircraft is a third-degree felony (a second-degree felony if the incident causes harm). He continued to deny pointing the laser at the helicopter, according to his arrest report, and saying he didn’t own such a device. He was charged with fleeing and eluding, a felony, failure to dim head lamps, and driving on a suspended license. “In Florida, shining a laser beam at a pilot in flight is a felony offense.flaglerlive.com
Another Florida man accused of shining laser at Volusia sheriff’s helicopter
FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. – A man has been arrested on allegations he pointed a laser at the Volusia Sheriff’s Office Air One helicopter. Wednesday’s arrest marked the second time this week a man was arrested for pointing a laser at the helicopter. In Florida, shining a laser beam at a pilot in flight is a felony. Reminder: Pointing a laser at a pilot in flight is a felony, as Ryan Hutton, 29, found out yesterday. pic.twitter.com/c0y9hOvMQN — Volusia Sheriff (@VolusiaSheriff) September 23, 2020[READ MORE: Florida man arrested after shining laser at Volusia County Sheriff’s helicopter]
Body found near burning car in rural DeLand neighborhood
DeLAND, Fla. A body was found Tuesday afternoon near a burning vehicle in a rural neighborhood in DeLand, deputies said. The body was discovered around 1:30 p.m. near Bear Paw Lane and Bright Way. According to the Volusia County Sheriffs Office, sheriffs deputies, Air One, DeLand police and multiple units from Volusia County Fire Rescue were called to the scene for a vehicle fire, which ignited the surrounding grass. When the vehicle fire was extinguished, deputies observed the body, officials said. Detectives are working to identify the body and determine the cause of death.
VIDEO: Volusia deputies and K-9 catch fleeing suspects in DeLand
Stop sticks stopped the vehicle and released video shows deputies, along with K-9 Endo, tracking down the suspects with the help of Air One overhead. With the help of stop sticks, a K-9 and a helicopter overhead, Volusia County Sheriff's deputies arrested a couple who fled a traffic stop early Monday morning, according to a VCSO Facebook post. The vehicle fled at high speed onto I-4 and into DeLand. Stop sticks stopped the vehicle and released video shows deputies, along with K-9 Endo, tracking down the suspects with the help of Air One overhead. Zakresky was charged with possession of a weapon/ammunition by a convicted felon, possession of methamphetamine, resisting an officer without violence and violation of probation.news-journalonline.com