State Attorney Officially Charges Wallace In DBPD Officer's Shooting

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Daytona Beach, FL - R.J. Larizza, State Attorney for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida filed paperwork today (July 8) officially charging 29-year-old Othal Wallace with Attempted 1st-degree Murder of a Law Enforcement Officer in the shooting of Daytona Beach Police (DBPD) Officer Jason Raynor on June 23, 2021. 

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The information filed states that Wallace did unlawfully attempt to commit murder in the first degree upon Raynor, knowing that he was a law enforcement officer while Raynor was engaged in the lawful performance of his duty by shooting him in the head with a firearm. In the course of committing the attempted murder, Wallace did actually possess and discharge a firearm as defined by Florida statute. The sentence for the crime is 10-20-LIFE.

Wallace's next court date is August 13, 2021, for an Arraignment-Custody hearing.