Othal Wallace was found in a treehouse on the 3-acre property during the execution of a search warrant, Daytona Beach Police Chief Jakari Young told reporters at a news conference. Young said law enforcement searched for 56 hours with little sleep to track down Wallace.
Officer Jason Raynor was employed by the Port Orange Police Department from 10/17/16 - 02/14/19. During his tenure, Officer Raynor was an exemplary officer at our agency. While employed with The Port Orange Police Department, Officer Raynor received an award of achievement on December 5, 2018 where he and two other officers were able to successfully rescue a female who was attempting to jump off of the Dunlawton Bridge. #daytonabeachpolicedepartment #daytonabeach #leostrong
Jason Raynor, who has been with the Daytona Beach Police Department since 2019, has had his mother and sister by his side as he continues to recover. Daytona Beach Police Chief Jakari Young said during a news briefing Saturday morning that he “still has a ways to go,” but doctors are comfortable moving forward with more testing now that he is “strong enough.”
A GoFundMe page you has been established to provide assistance to the officer who was shot in Daytona Beach and his family.