JSO Shooting in Cleveland Arms Apts: Related News Media

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Raw audio of 911 call and JSO official response. Interviews with the brother and person involved in domestic disturbance call.

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Man shot by officer at NW Jax apartment
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Woman involved in domestic violence incident that led to shooting speaks


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Man shot by officer charged with battery, burglary
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says officer used Taser 3 times before firing gun
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Raw Audio of 911 Call


JSO Speaks About Recent Police Involved Shooting


Police Involved Shooting - Cleveland Arms Apartments - March 29, 2015. JSO Press Conference

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Man shot in struggle with cop Sunday at Cleveland Arms apartments
Jacksonville.com

Devanta DeJuan Jones, 22, was shot at least four times by Officer Cliff Sames of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. The shooting happened after Sames and another officer tried unsuccessfully to stun the man, later identified as Jones, three times with their Tasers during the pursuit in which Jones kicked in the door, then ran through a neighboring apartment occupied by a mother and three children. Jones also tried but failed to force his way inside two other apartments during the foot chase, said Director Tom Hackney of the Sheriff’s Office.