A woman accused of fatally shooting her terminally ill husband at a Daytona Beach hospital is requesting bond again.
The woman accused of shooting her terminally ill husband at a Daytona Beach hospital and engaging in a standoff with police is no longer facing first-degree murder charges.
A new bill filed in the Florida Senate was inspired by a recent incident in Daytona Beach where a 76-year-old woman allegedly shot and killed her terminally-ill husband in a hospital.
There are several states where medical aid in dying is legal. Florida is not one.
Sgt. Robert Ransom had just recently retired from the department’s crisis negotiation team, but he said he was patrolling nearby when the call went out: shots fired inside AdventHealth Daytona Beach.
Halifax Health in Volusia County is beefing up security at its hospitals by installing metal detectors at its entrances.
Daytona Beach police released a portion of body-camera video, showing officers attempting to negotiate with a woman after they say she shot and killed her terminally-ill husband in a hospital room.