Crestview, Fla. - Crestview Police and Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers say they need your help finding a man accused of attempted murder. Fortunately, the victim is still alive. Authorities still consider their suspect to be armed and dangerous.
Crestview Police received a call on Septermber 3rd about shots fired at the Holland Apartments. When they arrived, they found a man with several gunshot wound in his chest.
"At this point, we've continued our investigation and we have identified a white male, Jordan Scott Stewart as a suspect in the shooting," said Sgt. Raymond Craig Harp, Crestview Police Department.
Jordan Scott Stewart, 21-years-old, was identified by Crestview Investigators as the shooter in the incident.
"He now actually has an active warrant for his arrest for the shooting," shared Sgt. Harp.
When officers arrived at the scene, they found 19-year-old, Sharvel Pompey of Fort Walton Beach, who had been shot in the chest three to four times, after a verbal confrontation with two male suspects and a female. The Crestview SWAT team search the property for the suspects but, they had already fled the scene.
"Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers will pay a cash to the anonymous caller, who contacts us and lets us know where Jordan Scott Stewart may be hiding out. Because, of course, the Crestview Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for him for attempted murder," said Nicole Wagner, Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers Coordinator.
Paramedics took Pompey to Fort Walton Beach Medical Center. Doctors treated him for several gunshot wounds to the chest but, he's still listed in critical condition.
If you have any information about this case, or where police can find Jordan Scott Stewart, please call Crime Stoppers or the Crestview Police Department.
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