Man arrested in connection to Sunday’s shooting in Sebastian

Jordan Lee Jackson
Jordan Lee Jackson

A 19-year-old male was arrested was in Fellsmere following an arrest warrant filed by the Sebastian Police Department in connection to Sunday’s shooting on CR-512 (Sebastian Blvd).

Jordan Lee Jackson was is charged with 1 count of attempted first degree murder, 1 count of shooting a deadly missile into a vehicle and 1 count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for the shooting incident.

The victim advised he was traveling east on CR 512 in the left lane of the 700 block of CR 512 when a black sedan pulled up along side of his vehicle. The driver, Jackson, pointed a handgun at the victim and fired two shots, striking the victim’s vehicle twice.

Jackson’s vehicle then got in front of the victim’s vehicle and slammed on the brakes, causing the victim’s vehicle to strike the rear end of Jackson’s vehicle. Jackson then rolled down the driver window again, causing the victim to believe he was going to be shot at again. The victim then struck Jackson’s vehicle with his vehicle causing both vehicles to go into the median and into the westbound lanes of CR 512.

Shooting in Sebastian, Florida.
Shooting in Sebastian, Florida.

Both vehicles then drove away from each other and the police were contacted.

The victim drove to the parking lot near Riverview Park and called police about the shooting. The vehicle was taped off by officers and a helicopter was dispatched to search for the vehicle. CR-512 was shut down for several hours.

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