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Suspect Arrested After Robbery and Shooting in Milton

Suspect Arrested After Robbery and Shooting Incident in Milton

Santa Rosa Deputies have arrested the suspect responsible for a robbery and shooting that occurred during the late afternoon of 10/21/11 on Julia Drive in Milton, FL. Pierre McIntosh (B/M, 19 years old) was arrested shortly before 8pm on 10/24/11 after the victims of the crime observed him as a passenger in a vehicle and alerted the Sheriff’s Office. The original incident occurred shortly before 3pm on Friday. The victims in the case stated that they drove to Julia Drive to pick up a person known to them as “John John”. Once they arrived, “John-John” and another person (McIntosh) entered the backseat of the victim’s vehicle. McIntosh then pulled out a handgun and demanded money from the victims. The victims were able to flee in the vehicle once McIntosh exited. As they were driving away, McIntosh fired four shots at the victim’s vehicle, with one shot striking a tire. A 3 year old child was inside the vehicle with the victim’s when this occurred. The victim’s reached safety and contacted the Sheriff’s Office. Investigators and Crime Scene Technicians arrived and began their investigation which continued through the weekend.
Once receiving the above mentioned information from the victim on 10/24/11, deputies were able to locate and stop the vehicle, at which time McIntosh was detained. The victims and witnesses to the shooting were able to positively identify McIntosh as the suspect who committed the robbery and shooting. McIntosh was also wanted by the U.S Marshal’s for an outstanding warrant out of Kentucky.
McIntosh was arrested and charged with 3 counts of Aggravated Assault, 1 count of Discharging a Firearm in Public, 3 counts of Robbery with a Firearm, and 1 count of Felony Cruelty towards a Child. He is being held in the Santa Rosa County Jail with no bond.

Suspect: Pierre Marquis McIntosh, B/M, 19 years old, 6600 block of James St., Milton, FL

Posted by on Oct 25 2011. Filed under Crime. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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