JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. -- Police say Iesha Mann was just walking her dog when she was caught in the middle of a gunfight. It was October 15th, on the corner of 3rd Avenue South and 7th Street. Mann was hit in the back, and now, she is paralyzed.
A friend who did not want to be identified told Action News, "It is so sad. She has kids that she still has to look out for."
Neighbors didn't want to show their faces. They don't want to get involved the conflict that led to Mann's injuries. Police say she was shot while Daniel Jarrett, Vernon "Yodi" Robinson, and Denard "Scooter" Robinson were firing their guns at each other.
Jarrett, 17, was hit. He showed up at the hospital shortly after the shooting, and after he was treated, he was arrested on attempted murder charges.
Then Wednesday, police followed new leads that led them to Vernon Robinson, 35.
Now, they're looking for one more man, Denard Robinson, 20. Sgt. Thom Bingham with the Jacksonville Beach Police Department said, "He is armed, possibly armed and extremely dangerous. He's got a lengthy criminal background. Very violent individual."
Investigators were back on the scene Wednesday, gathering clues. You can still see a bullet hole in a house nearby. And while police say the man known as "Scooter" is armed and dangerous, neighbors aren't quite sure what to think. One woman said, "I don't think he would try to hurt us. But now, he might, if he finds out one of us is telling on him or something like that."
Police say Denard Robinson and Vernon Robinson are not related. They also say Denard Robinson and Daniel Jarrett are certified gang members, meaning the State of Florida recognizes them as gang members because of their criminal activities. As a result, their penalties are enhanced. All three suspects face attempted murder charges.
Anyone who knows where Denard Robinson could be is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 866-845-TIPS. Remember, you never have to leave your name. And many times, you're eligible for a cash reward.