Deputies say a second person has been arrested after a police chase led to a deputy-involved shooting in Starke.
Deontay Anqawn Risby, 21, was arrested Wednesday after the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office says he admitted to being the third person in the car.
According to a press release, investigators learned he was “in possession of a firearm at certain points during the shooting incidents” that happened earlier Tuesday and on Monday night.
Risby is being charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and violation of probation stemming from previous felony arrests involving robbery and burglary. His first appearance is Thursday morning.
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Jaylon Hankerson made his first appearance Wednesday. He is charged with fleeing and attempting to elude law enforcement.
According to the sheriff's office, he was driving a car that matched the description of a car involved in a shooting at a home on 137th Terrace Tuesday.
Deputies said a chase ensued when deputies tried to pull the car over.
The car came to a stop near the RJE Center on the east side of Starke.
Bradford County Sheriff Gordon Smith said one of the occupants got out of the car and produced a firearm.
Two deputies fired at the suspect. The man, identified as 20-year-old Davaughdre Rogers, later died at the hospital.
The Bradford County Sheriff’s Office released a photo of the weapon deputies reportedly found at the scene.
Smith said no deputies were injured in the shooting.
The deputies involved in the shooting, an almost nine-year veteran with the agency and a deputy who had been with department for a little over a year, are on administrative leave pending an investigation into the shooting.
Hankerson's bond was set at $75,000 and deputies said he will have to wear an ankle monitor if he bonds out of jail.
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