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Man Who Allegedly Shot Daytona Beach Police Officer Arrested

Man Who Allegedly Shot Daytona Beach Police Officer Arrested

ID #21-278

ID #21-278 Othal Wallace Captured

ID #21-278 Othal Wallace Captured

ID #21-278 Othal Wallace

ID #21-278 Othal Wallace Wanted by Daytona Beach Police Department

UPDATE: He has been arrested.

Daytona Beach Police Department Press Release

UPDATE: We’ve attached a photo of the suspect. His name is Othal Wallace. He’s 29 years old. He may be in a gray 2016 Honda HRV with a California tag of 7TNX532.

Original post below.

Tonight, one of our officers radioed that he was on Kingston Ave investigating a suspicious incident. After several minutes passed, the officer stopped responding to other units calling him on the radio.

Officers responded to his location where he was found lying on the ground suffering from a gunshot wound. The officer was transported to Halifax Medical Center where he is currently listed in critical condition.

We currently have a multi-agency manhunt underway looking for the suspect. Please keep our officer and his family in your prayers.

This is an ongoing investigation and more information will be released as soon as it’s available.

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