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Person who shot at deputy in West Park turns himself in: BSO

The look for for a person who Broward sheriff’s detectives say fired a one shot at a deputy early Wednesday morning in West Park has finished.

Johny Dabrezil, 36, turned himself in late Wednesday night, the sheriff’s place of work reported. Dabrezil faces rates that incorporate attempted felony murder, discharging a weapon into a dwelling or auto, possessing a firearm by a convicted felon and fleeing and eluding.

The deputy, who was in an unmarked auto, was patrolling all around 4 a.m. Wednesday when he noticed a “suspicious” 2019 white Mercedes-Benz CLS 550 in close proximity to Savage Natural beauty Source, 5716 W. Hallandale Beach front Blvd., BSO said.

The deputy tried out to method the vehicle just after it pulled into a parking place in the back of the small business.

That’s when Dabrezil received out of the driver’s facet and fired, the agency reported. The deputy was not injured.

Just after firing a shot at the deputy, Dabrezil took off with a juvenile passenger.

The deputy turned on his lights and siren and chased the suspect into Hollywood, shedding sight of the Mercedes in close proximity to the 5700 block of Dewey St.reet, according to BSO.

Hollywood law enforcement later on discovered the automobile in the rear parking whole lot of Govt Towing and Recovery, 5900 Dewey St. Dabrezil took off managing. The juvenile passenger was later located.

Data demonstrate that Dabrezil was arrested in 2006 on a demand of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. He served just above a calendar year in prison from 2009 to 2010.

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Carli Teproff grew up in Northeast Miami-Dade and graduated from Florida Intercontinental College in 2003. She grew to become a comprehensive-time reporter for the Miami Herald in 2005 and now addresses breaking information.