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Crime 2 men, one from Fort Pierce and one from Vero Beach, accused of firing shots around group of people in Stuart

21:15  04 december  2019
21:15  04 december  2019 Source:   tcpalm.com

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STUART— Two Treasure Coast men were arrested on gun charges early Friday morning after police said the men fired multiple shots near a large group of people.

Slater Atkins, 25, of the 1700 block of North 16th Street in Fort Pierce was arrested on charges of discharging a firearm in public and resisting arrest.

Joseph Johnson, 25, of the 1000 block of 24th Street in Vero Beach was arrested on charges of discharging a firearm in public, possession of a firearm and ammunition by a felon.

Around 2 a.m. Friday, Martin County Sheriff's Office deputies said they went to the 1200 block of Southeast U.S. 1 after Stuart police officers said they heard gunfire.

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A police captain told sheriff's deputies and officers he saw and heard Johnson raise a firearm over a crowd of people and fire a pistol.

Officers said they chased the men who were driving in a Chevy Impala and stopped them.

Police said inside the car they found spent shell casings for 9mm and .40-caliber firearms.

Police said they identified the men in the car and saw in plain view a Glock pistol on the passenger side door.

Both men were arrested and taken to the Martin County Jail, where Johnson later admitted to firing two rounds into the sky to clear the crowd.

Johnson told police Atkins also shot a gun upward, and Johnson felt happy to see his friend shooting a firearm with him.

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Officers said they found three firearms inside of the car after they got a search warrant.

Atkins had a $1,500 bail; he later bonded out of jail. As of Tuesday, Johnson remained in jail with bail set at $40,750.

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