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82 Shots Fired, Neutralizing Kel-Tec KSG Wielding Suspect (NSFW)

Published Sept. 15, 2021

A driver who fled from a traffic stop in DeLand on May 12th, 2020, ended up leading Volusia Sheriff’s Office deputies to his home in Deltona, and after he pointed a firearm at deputies in a threatening manner, was shot and killed.


No deputies or police officers were injured in the incident. The 37-year-old Deltona man, identified as Gregory Howe, was pronounced dead at the scene.


The incident began shortly before 3 p.m. with a traffic stop in the area of South Clara and West Beresford avenues in DeLand, where Howe, driving a white GMC pickup, fled from a DeLand PD officer. Howe, who was the only occupant of the vehicle, continued towards his home in Deltona as deputies responded to assist in the apprehension. Howe was able to reach his residence located on the 500 block of Haversham Road in the Saxon Ridge neighborhood of Deltona.


Upon stopping his vehicle in his driveway, Howe, who was armed with a firearm, began pointing his weapon at deputies who were there to apprehend him. In response to Howe’s threatening actions, four deputies fired their weapons, fatally wounding him. During the 10 seconds of gunfire, responding deputies fired 82 times, striking Howe multiple times


After further investigation, Howe was armed with a Kel-Tec KSG tactical shotgun, which was later retrieved from his truck. While examining Howe's truck, the shotgun had discharged one shot during the hostile engagement with law enforcement deputies.


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Published Sept. 15, 2021

A driver who fled from a traffic stop in DeLand on May 12th, 2020, ended up leading Volusia Sheriff’s Office deputies to his home in Deltona, and after he pointed a firearm at deputies in a threatening manner, was shot and killed.


No deputies or police officers were injured in the incident. The 37-year-old Deltona man, identified as Gregory Howe, was pronounced dead at the scene.


The incident began shortly before 3 p.m. with a traffic stop in the area of South Clara and West Beresford avenues in DeLand, where Howe, driving a white GMC pickup, fled from a DeLand PD officer. Howe, who was the only occupant of the vehicle, continued towards his home in Deltona as deputies responded to assist in the apprehension. Howe was able to reach his residence located on the 500 block of Haversham Road in the Saxon Ridge neighborhood of Deltona.


Upon stopping his vehicle in his driveway, Howe, who was armed with a firearm, began pointing his weapon at deputies who were there to apprehend him. In response to Howe’s threatening actions, four deputies fired their weapons, fatally wounding him. During the 10 seconds of gunfire, responding deputies fired 82 times, striking Howe multiple times


After further investigation, Howe was armed with a Kel-Tec KSG tactical shotgun, which was later retrieved from his truck. While examining Howe's truck, the shotgun had discharged one shot during the hostile engagement with law enforcement deputies.


austin marino

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