Daytona Beach, FL (May 21, 2019) – On Wednesday morning, police responded to the scene of a shooting after a dispute over loud music took place outside a pizzeria.
911 calls were made around 3:31 a.m. around 504 Seabreeze Boulevard, at Angelo’s Pizza House. Witnesses said that a man had been sitting at an outside table behind the pizza shop and got into a dispute with the owner of a black Mustang who was nearby and playing loud music.
An argument ensued and the driver of the Mustang got out of his vehicle. He approached the man sitting outside. The man sitting outside took out a gun and fired a shot, striking the driver of the Mustang in the ribs.
Both the shooter and the victim failed to cooperate with the police. Police viewed surveillance videos and found that the victim, 33-year-old Jason Fox, shoved the suspect, 44-year-old Jason Shelly, into outdoor furniture. That was when Shelly took out his gun and shot the victim.
Fox has since been released from the hospital. Shelly was charged with one count of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and remains in jail at this time.
Daytona Beach Aggravated Battery Laws
There are various types of violent aggravated battery crimes in Florida, some of which can lead to minor penalties and some that bring severe consequences depending on the circumstances of the case. Those who have been charged with aggravated battery in Florida could face mandatory prison time, thousands in fines, and more. Especially in violent crimes involving weapons, you could be prosecuted to the furthest extent of the law.
Our attorneys at Musca Law are here to support you through every step of your case, from the initial interrogation process to your court date. If you have been accused of aggravated battery in Daytona Beach or any surrounding areas of Florida, we want you to know that you have many rights and protections under Florida law when it comes to building your defense. We will help you achieve proven case results during this difficult time. Please contact us for more information on your case at (800) 687-2252.
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