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Volusia Deputies Shoot and Kill Suspect Caught on Camera

Volusia Deputies Shoot and Kill Suspect Caught on Camera

Volusia deputies shoot and kill suspect in Deltona

Volusia deputies shoot and kill suspect in Deltona

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Volusia deputies shoot and kill suspect in Deltona

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Florida — Police body camera footage has been released in the officer-involved shooting in DeLand Tuesday afternoon.

The man has been identified as 37-year-old Gregory Howe. Deputies said DeLand police pulled Howe over for a traffic violation. When asked about his suspended license, he took off and refused to stop.

Officers said Howe had been reaching for something in his truck, but could not tell what it is.

They told Howe his license had been suspended, and he put his truck in drive. That led to a pursuit.

The footage shows a deputy fire five shots back at Howe through his windshield.

Deputies said Howe’s gun had 13 rounds in it, and one round was fired.

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