For the second time in four days, a Broward sheriff’s deputy in Pompano Beach was involved in a shooting.
Monday’s shooting happened in the 800 block of Hammondville Road, according to BSO.
According to BSO, 17-year-old Dalvin Williams attempted to run over a deputy, sped from scene and lost control of the car. He then took off on foot.
He was later captured and taken to a nearby hospital with a bullet wound to his shoulder, where he was treated and released.
He was booked into the Juvenile Assessment Center this evening facing charges of aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer and grand theft.
Sheriff Scott Israel announced at a news conference Monday that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement will investigate the shooting and all other police-involved shootings in the future.
On Friday night, Gregory Frazier died from BSO bullets in a backyard after an argument with his niece prompted his sister, Deborah Frazier, to call the sheriff’s office. Deborah Frazier told Herald news partner CBS4 that Frazier had only “a rusty pocket knife” and said the three deputies had alternatives less lethal than shooting Frazier.
This breaking news article will be updated as more information becomes available.