TPD Makes Arrest in Fatal Shooting

TPD Makes Arrest in Fatal Shooting

On Wednesday, Dec. 20, 21-year-old Za’mond Durant turned himself in to the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) following the fatal shooting that occurred on Monday, Dec. 18.

An investigation conducted by TPD’s Violent Crimes Unit revealed Durant forcibly entered the apartment of a former female acquaintance at Camden Place Apartments, located at 2933 North Mission Road. Inside, Durant discharged a firearm in the direction of a bedroom, striking the victim. He subsequently moved into the bedroom and shot the victim again in close proximity. The victim, an adult male, who was visiting the female acquaintance, died as a result of his injuries.

Detectives collected physical and electronic evidence that helped them identify Durant as the suspect and develop probable cause for his arrest.

2 Responses to "TPD Makes Arrest in Fatal Shooting"

  1. If Critical Race Theory and Restorative Justice work, the shooter will get off easy maybe even with “time served”.

    Watch liberal politicians spend more taxpayer dollars on work groups so they can understand why so much crime, and repeat offenders, are coming from the black community.

    Wake up! Our community and Country have a major black crime problem that continues to get worse.

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