SUWANNEE CO., Fla. (WCJB) -- UPDATE 01/11/19
Suwannee County deputies are searching for the brother of Drake Dragon Fire Shingledecker, Gunnar Wolf Shingledecker,20, after new evidence, physical, verbal, and a sworn testimony shows he was the one that fired 3 rounds from a black semi-automatic handgun into a car.
In the car he shot, were 4 people, the front seat passenger was shot on the left side of his back, and the victim in the back seat was hit on his upper right shoulder.
Two men are in custody after a narcotics sale ended with a shooting in Suwannee County.
The Suwannee County Sheriff's Office says the incident happened Sunday afternoon in the 3 Rivers Estates area of Branford.
Deputies say, Lee Wilson, 22, of Wellborn and Drake Dragon Fire Shingledecker, 19, of Ft. White, originally lied to them by saying that Wilson struck Shingledecker with the passenger side mirror of his vehicle.
They also said that Wilson and his two teenage passengers then got into an argument with Shingledecker and the situation escalated into a physical fight.
SCSO says as Wilson and the two teens then attempted to flee the area, Shingledecker allegedly pulled out a handgun and fired multiple rounds into the vehicle.
Both teen passengers were shot and were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
During the investigation, deputies say Wilson repeatedly lied to authorities and claimed that he was the only one in the vehicle during the incident and denied knowing that the teens had been shot.
Wilson was arrested and charged with making a false report to law enforcement.
Shingledecker was arrested and charged with firing a weapon into an occupied vehicle, and three counts of both aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
Both Wilson and Shingledecker were booked into the Suwannee County Jail.
Suwannee County deputies have now added that the two have come cleaned and explained that through further interviews conducted with several of the parties involved, their Investigators have determined that all of the parties involved were not truthful with the deputies yesterday.
they now say Lee Wilson planned on meeting with Shingledecker to buy narcotics from him. At least one of the teenagers in the car was aware that Wilson was planning on “ripping off” Shingledecker by taking the drugs and fleeing without paying for them.
Wilson tried to leave with the drugs but became involved in a physical altercation with Shingledecker through the vehicle window. At some point during this altercation, a handgun was brought out and multiple shots were fired at the vehicle that Wilson was driving with the 13-year-old and 15-year-old male passengers.
The investigation is ongoing and charges are pending.