OCSO Makes 2nd Arrest in Destin Murder, Gunman Being Sought

The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a second
suspect and continues actively searching for a third in connection
with a deadly Destin shooting November 15th.

18-year old Reginald Bradshaw Junior of 906 Elizabeth Lane in
Shalimar is charged today with murder.

Investigators say Bradshaw drove a car carrying Deaundros Blackshear and Arderius Warren to Gulf Terrace Condominiums in Destin.

The initial story was the trio planned to sell five cell phones to two other men.

The investigation revealed the transaction involved just under one pound of marijuana.

Investigators say during that drug sale in the condo parking lot,
Blackshear pulled out a gun and fired at Peter Frazer and 21-year
old Junior Christopher Ferguson of Jamaica.

Frazer survived a gunshot to the right shoulder. Ferguson however died from multiple wounds.

Bradshaw received some of the marijuana as payment for
driving Blackshear and Warren to Destin.

The first suspect to be arrested, 26-year old Arderius Warren of
Crestview, is currently in the Okaloosa County jail, facing charges
of murder, armed robbery, distribution of marijuana and destroying
or tampering with evidence.

Meantime, an active warrant signed November 17th charges 23-
year old Daundros Blackshear of 229 Kennedy Drive in Crestview
with murder and armed robbery.

Blackshear’s whereabouts are currently unknown and anyone with information is asked to contact the OCSO at 850-689-5705 or Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers at 850-863-TIPS.

Blackshear is believed to be armed and dangerous and
members of the public should not attempt to approach him; call 9-
1-1 or your local law enforcement agency to report his location.

You can also contact Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers and you do
not have to give your name.

Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to one-thousand dollars if your information leads to Blackshear’s arrest.

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  • by La-Toya Location: Florida on Nov 23, 2011 at 06:54 PM
    18, 18 years old and you're going to do time in the big pen where the mean men play. Were you thinking... ? No, I guess not. It is a shame that our black youth of America are filling up the prison systems. Why don't yall think more of your selves than yall do ? Have you not got hopes and dreams ? Dreams can't come true locked up in jail for years and years.Is there no hope for all our young men ?
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