Sources are reporting a shooting in the area od Silver Hill and US-1 in Cocoa. (Source Ring/Neighbors)
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Fire Rescue responded to call on Friday in west Cocoa about a man who suffered a cut to the chest from a concrete saw.
The incident occurred around 10 a.m. near SR 520 and Friday Rd., according to officials.
The man was stabilized by rescue crews and transported to the hospital via helicopter to a nearby trauma center.
*** Traffic Alert – North Cocoa, US1 just north of SR528 – Vehicle Accident with possible gunshot involved – Cocoa FD and PD responding. Avoid the area and expect delays. –
** Update – One gunshot victim, CFD issued then cancelled trauma alert. CPD on scene, no suspect in custody at this time. – Incident involves the off-ramp from SR528 as well, which is backing up west-bound traffic on SR528 approaching US1 as well. – Patient to be transported by BCFR. No further info available at this time.
Update – Suspect in custody, CPD in route with victim for ID
Earlier today – TPD
In just under 30 seconds a call came over the scanner that a taser was deployed until a suspect was detained. I was unable to find the reason for the interaction between this officer and the subject, however later on we hear a supervisor discussing the encounter, Suspect and officer had an encounter that led to them wrestling to the ground where the suspect attempted to remove the officer’s firearm.
Fortunately, the officer had two trainees, One was able to deploy a taser, subduing the suspect. That’s 30 seconds from the ‘Taser deployed’ call, securing the suspect, taking a deep breath and then clearing 10-33. Reflexes, muscle memory and attention are a key factor in an officer’s daily struggle for survival.
Respect these officers, and their process during your next encounter. They do not know the difference between you or someone who may want to harm them.
USCG and TPD responding to a boater in distress/in the water. Lifeflight dispatched. Boat in the river somewhere close to the old Crackerjacks.
COCOA, Fla. – A man shot near Cocoa High School on Friday night died less than an hour after the shooting, according to the Cocoa Police Department.
The shooting took place on the 1800 block of Rosetine Street, officials said. The victim was identified Saturday afternoon as Davante Isaiah Brown, 22.
Police said they received a call at 9:11 p.m. about a man collapsed on a sidewalk in front of the baseball fields on Rosetine Street after a single gunshot was heard in the area. Brown died at 9:50 p.m.
A football game was taking place in the area Friday night.
Patrol officers and detectives are investigating the circumstances of the shooting.
Brown was a Rockledge resident, and police are asking that family members, friends or witnesses who might have information about the shooting or a possible suspect to call Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).
10-33 on TPD – Reports of multi-shots or loud bangs, Harrison and Deleon area with reports of accident, Units on scene reporting car flipped with bullet holes. victim in ditch, one in vehicle, Large crowd. Conflicting stories now says someone on foot was shooting, also description of fleeing vehicle.
Update – 3 Black Males are still at large. TPD has K9’s searching.
Titusville Police have arrested another suspect in connection with the Sunday, August 12th 2018 armed home invasion on Prairie Lane. ARRESTED Brent Roswell Bartholomew Jr., 21, of Titusville, Charged with: Felony Witness Tampering, Unlawful Use of a Two-Way Communications Device and Felony Violation of Probation. Titusville Police Detectives used strong investigatory leads, which led to the location and arrest of Bartholomew on Friday August 17th 2018 at approximately 2:30 PM. Suspects Dylan Robinson and Marquis Cook were arrested earlier this week for their participation in the same armed home invasion. Brent Roswell Bartholomew Jr. was booked into the Brevard County Jail.
Foot pursuit – Rosehill and Knox. white male dark shorts ‘Dillard’