Two individuals have been shot close to Jacksonville Seashore’s homeless help facility at 800 Shetter Ave., in response to the police division.
The capturing occurred at 10:50 a.m. close to Mission Home, stated Sgt. Thomas Crumley, the Jacksonville Seashore Police Division’s spokesman. One suspect is in custody, caught at a surf store about two blocks away, police stated. A handgun has additionally been recovered.
The victims, each males, have been taken to Jacksonville’s Memorial Hospital, situation unknown.
Crumley stated it’s unknown now precisely the place the capturing occurred.
“Some 911 calls got here in from Mission Home itself,” he stated.
Mission Home grew from a volunteer program began by 4 Seashores church buildings to assist the world’s homeless. The church buildings and donors joined collectively in 1997 to purchase the Shetter Avenue website to open Mission Home, which serves the homeless with day by day meals, clothes, employment help and different providers.