Third arrest made in Bunnell shooting, victim remains in hospital

Bunnell police have made a third arrest in a shooting that seriously injured an innocent bystander.


The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force and deputies from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office PACE Unit arrested Ah’Nyis De Angelo Johnson on Wednesday.

The 19-year-old man was apprehended as he left his mother’s house, just two blocks from the scene of last month’s shooting.

Third arrest made in Bunnell shooting, victim remains in hospital

The shooting happened near East Drain Street and South Anderson Street on March 16 following a fight between Johnson and another suspect, Antarius Henderson.

Police say after apparently losing the fight, Henderson walked toward a vehicle, grabbed a handgun and began shooting.

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A passerby was hit twice by gunfire. Police said the victim had to undergo several surgeries and was still in the hospital this evening.

Investigators said Johnson fought back after a third teenage suspect handed him a gun.

That teenage suspect is also accused of shooting himself, police said.

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After obtaining a warrant for his arrest, police found Henderson in a car March 22 at an East Palatka motel and arrested him. He remains in detention.

After Henderson’s arrest, police obtained a warrant for the teen’s arrest and he was arrested by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office on March 25.

Following his arrest today, Johnson was transported to the Flagler County Inmate Center.

“I want to thank all of our law enforcement partners – the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, Putnam County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force for working with our detectives to bring this matter to a successful conclusion.” Bunnell Police Chief David Brannon said. “In many ways, our victim in this shooting is a good man…

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