Bodycam Shows Florida Deputies Shooting at Man in Patrol Car, Handcuffed and Unarmed – Everything Law and Order Blog

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Okaloosa County, Florida — On November 12, 2023, Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office Deputies had responded to McLaren Circle around 8:42 a.m. in reference to an initial call of a vehicle driving around honking its horn and disrupting the peace since 3:00 a.m. A second call for service came in from a woman stating her boyfriend, 22-year-old Marquis Jackson, had committed grand theft auto, a felony offense, and had been calling and texting her threats. The victim provided text messages she said had been taken from inside her vehicle showing what appeared to be a firearm suppressor pointing at the dash of the victim’s vehicle. Jackson showed up at the scene around 9:09 a.m. and was detained, searched, handcuffed, and placed in the rear of Deputy Jesse Hernandez’s patrol vehicle while the investigation continued, and the victim completed the affidavit for the stolen vehicle. The victim told deputies Jackson had a silencer and she was not sure where it was and that also he had more than one weapon.

As Deputy Hernandez was returning with a Victim’s Rights form for the caller, other deputies found the victim’s vehicle at 1656 Hunt Club Street. Deputy Hernandez was approaching the passenger side rear door of his patrol car to do a secondary search of Jackson when he heard a pop sound which he perceived to be a gunshot and believed he had been hit. He began yelling “shots fired” multiple times, falling to the ground and rolling. He fired into the patrol car. After witnessing Deputy Hernandez’s response and reaction, the Sergeant Beth Roberts responded with gunshots towards the car as well in response to the perceived threat. Jackson escaped injury and no weapon was located. Deputy Hernandez had been with the OCSO since January 2022. Sergeant Roberts has been with the OCSO since May 2008. Both were current on resistance training and firearms qualifications. Deputy Hernandez resigned on December 4, 2023, during the investigation but was ultimately found to have violated policy. The deputies were cleared of any criminal wrongdoing. Jackson wasn’t injured, and no weapon was located, the OCSO said.

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0:00 – Bodycam: Sergeant Beth Roberts
12:38 – Bodycam: Deputy Jesse Hernandez
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38 thoughts on “Bodycam Shows Florida Deputies Shooting at Man in Patrol Car, Handcuffed and Unarmed”
  1. Got to be the craziest cop reaction I've ever seen. So lucky the guy wasn't killed. Can't imagine how big that lawsuit would be. Resigned means he moved over one county to work. Guy is way to skiddish to carry a gun.

  2. I had something similar happen to me, but it was a real life altering injury. I was playing tennis on a semi-private court next to a public elementary school during school hours and crashed into the back windscreen thinking I was shot. I took cover and said run to my opponent. He was very confused as it was quiet the whole time.

    What had happened is my calf tore and it felt like being shot. It took me a good 30 seconds to realize I wasn't actually shot. The injury and recover was in fact a lot like being shot though. Not fun. No walking for a week at all, then crutches for a couple more.

  3. An acorn fell onto the car and this fucking embarrassment to law enforcement felt threatened. Even as to dramatically crawl across the street. Its like an episode of Seinfeld which would be hilarious except yhey almost murdered and innocent man.

  4. I knew she was gona start crying again when he got shot at despite wanting to press charges against him and not caring about anything else except for her car… 😂

  5. The audio and footage of the videos were edited for some reason. This is a weird video… In before this blows up and causes blm 2

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