Bodycam Shows Indian River Deputies Shooting an Armed Man As He Flees From a Traffic Stop

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Florida, Florida — The Indian River County Sheriff’s officials released body camera footage showing his Deputies firing the shots that wounded a teen armed with a gun who had just fled from the back seat of a car following a traffic stop. In the early morning hours of Saturday, June 11, IRCSO responded to shots fired in Gifford on 38th Avenue. Deputies monitored the area and initiated a traffic stop at approximately 9 p.m. the same day. Deputies had identified the vehicle and occupants as suspects in the shots fired call, as well as burglaries throughout the community, including the theft of firearms.

Jamall Frederick, a passenger in the vehicle, was told not to touch the gun that deputies saw through the window. As deputies opened the door, Frederick aggressively grabbed the firearm thereby making him an immediate threat to law enforcement and the community. With Frederick on the ground, deputies approach and give clear instructions for him to raise his hands. Ignoring their orders, Frederick presents a firearm, stands up, and escapes into the residential neighborhood. A K-9 unit leads a search team of deputies and locates Frederick hiding in an enclosed porch of a nearby home. He is taken into custody and deputies immediately render first aid and call for EMS.

The suspect was identified as Jamall Frederick, 19, of Fort Pierce. He is a known convicted felon who was in possession of a firearm. Frederick was transported to Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and treated for his wounds. He is in stable condition and spoke with our investigators on Saturday night. Another passenger of the vehicle, identified as Zbryius Jones, 181 was arrested for a probation violation. The suspect’s gun was recovered near the scene and a second firearm was found in the vehicle. Both firearms were reported stolen in a recent series of residential and auto burglaries. The other two people in the vehicle were released. They remain under investigation.

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27 thoughts on “Bodycam Shows Indian River Deputies Shooting an Armed Man As He Flees From a Traffic Stop

  1. Typically, I side w the citizen but he made a bad choice. Dealing w cowards, like that. Didn't even see the gun tbh. They lit him up alright tho didn't they? And the cop that sent the second volley was the ULTIMATE COWARD. Guys already down. Grow a pair. Or quit for the sake of the country.

  2. Shooting a man with a weapon that's running away from you is not a threat. Furthermore, there're are no civilians in the immediate vicinity and direction he was headed.

    Hopefully, these cops are charged with a crime; or fired at the least.

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