A 33-year-old woman has died after being injured in an early Friday bike shooting at Interstate 4 in Florida, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities have charged the 38-year-old boy, Ronald Donovan, with murder and attempted murder, along with additional charges, the presidential office said Saturday in a tweet.
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“I want to bring you back in time … in the 1880’s. Do you remember seeing the old Westerners where the invaders ran through the countryside and shot each other?” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in a press conference Friday. “Well, let’s move on until 2021. The same thing happened last night, with the exception of the cowboys, instead of being on the horses on the motorcycles. I think you can call them steel horses. What I want to tell you is the confusion with the wrong crowd.”
Police by 12:07 am Friday responded to a car accident on I-4 and found the woman “lying on the ground with a gun pointed at her head,” the supporters said in a statement. The woman was taken to a nearby hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
While paramedics responded to the car accident, they also received a 911 call shooting for Pope John’s shooting about five minutes from a car accident. Authorities found the second Spanish man shot by Pope John’s and took him to a nearby hospital, where he remains stable, according to Fox 35 Orlando.
The woman, a witness at the scene and Donovan, are in a motorcycle group called “Sin City Deciples” and were on a bicycle event earlier that evening in Tampa before heading home on I-4. As members of a motorcycle club called “Fearful Carriers” tried to pass a man who was caught and thought to be on a central highway, shooting happened by cyclists driving at about 100 mph, a report on the incident says.
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Judd said during a press conference that bullets were fired from three different guns that were about half a mile away.
The second man arrested told reporters that Donovan had shot him first in the back, when he pulled out his gun and returned the gun “out of fear for his life.” The second victim came out of the inside and went to Pope John when his legs began to feel weak.
Donovan, who refused to speak to detectives after being abducted on Friday, according to Judd, was convicted of theft and aggravated robbery.
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“Let me warn you,” the sheriff said during a press conference as he spoke directly to the biker clubs involved. “The rehabilitation will keep you both in jail for a very long time, and that’s the confidence in Polk County.
He added that there had been “many lies going on” and people refused to talk about the incident. Review of the sheriff’s office to begin and continue.