UPDATE: Suspect Wanted for Shooting-Up Unoccupied Citizen Observer Patrol Vehicle in Greenacres IN CUSTODY

According to authorities, an unknown white or Hispanic male is seen firing multiple shots into a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Community Observer Policing vehicle then fleeing on foot traveling northwest from the location.
According to authorities, an unknown white or Hispanic male is seen firing multiple shots into a Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Community Observer Policing vehicle then fleeing on foot traveling northwest from the location.

UPDATE MAR 12, 2022, 8:19 AM: Further investigation led detectives to identify Isaiah Brice as the suspect who shot up our PBSO COP vehicle. Today, March 12, 2022, Brice, was charged with the vehicle shooting as well as charges for a separate shooting that occurred on March 11, 2022 where he shot the Greenacres Community Center several times with the suspected same firearm that was used to shoot the PBSO COP vehicle. Brice should be attending first appearance this morning. 

Isaiah Brice

GREENACRES, FL – On Monday, March 7th, 2022 at approximately 11:50 pm, a shooting occurred at the District 16-Greenacres Community Policing building located at 301 Swain Blvd within the city of Greenacres, FL. As seen in released surveillance video, a police say a white or Hispanic male wearing a grey shirt, dark colored shorts and dark colored shoes is seen walking south on Swain Blvd and then making a right hand turn onto 2nd Street to travel west.

Moments later, the unknown male is seen firing multiple shots into a Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Community Observer Policing vehicle then fleeing on foot traveling northwest from the location.


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