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4 Arrested, 2 Shot By Target Of Narcotics-Related Home Invasion Robbery

Date Added: May 23, 2024 11:24 am


Four suspects have been charged with armed home invasion robbery in a Wednesday afternoon incident in DeLand that left two of them shot by their intended target.

Deputies responded around 5:45 p.m. to 931 Clark Ave., DeLand, where it was reported several shots were fired during a home invasion robbery.

After a thorough investigation, detectives determined several suspects entered the home to rob the occupant, who they knew from prior narcotics transactions.

The suspects fled the scene when their target pulled a firearm of his own and fired 17 times, with several rounds striking their vehicle.

Two occupants were injured and dropped off at a hospital for treatment of gunshot wounds.

Responding deputies spotted and detained one suspect on foot in the area of the incident. They also located the suspect vehicle in Daytona Beach and conducted a felony stop, detaining the driver. The vehicle had bullet holes on its driver's side.

The defendants are:

Benjamin Warren, 20 (DOB 12/29/2003), Daytona Beach (driver)

Timothy Bourn, 22 (DOB 6/6/2001), Holly Hill (injured by gunshot)

Marquis Williams, 19 (DOB 2/25/2005), Daytona Beach (injured by gunshot)

Jaiden Hunt, 20 (DOB 5/19/2004), Holly Hill

All are being held without bond at the Volusia County Branch Jail.

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