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A 22-year-old man in Florida was arrested after he allegedly killed his aunt’s boyfriend, fatally shooting him immediately after the two argued over the suspect’s unsafe handling of a firearm. Joel Thomas Ferrer was arrested Saturday morning and charged with one count of second-degree murder in the murder of 41-year-old David Nathaniel Jackson, court documents reviewed by Law&Crime show.

According to a probable cause affidavit, Castleberry Police Department officers at around 11:11 p.m. on July 27, he responded to a call about a shooting inside the Regency Oaks apartment complex located in the 100 block of Monarch Circle. A short time later, a second 911 call was received reporting that shots had been fired in the same area.

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Upon arrival at the scene, first responders entered the apartment and immediately located an unresponsive adult male, later identified as Jackson, lying on the floor appearing to be suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to Orlando Regional Medical Center by Seminole County Fire Department medics, where he was pronounced dead.

Police located the second person he called, who told them he had heard six shots and looked out his bedroom window to see a man running down a stairway into a parking lot with a dark-colored backpack. The witness who saw the suspect fleeing the scene provided authorities with an audio recording of his Ring doorbell in which a commotion could be heard followed by a male voice saying, “Dave was shot by his nephew,” according to the sworn declaration.

In an interview with detectives, Trisha Marie Ferrer explained that she lived in the apartment with the suspect, the victim and his four children. She explained to officers that she and Jackson were in the back bedroom of the apartment when Jackson heard that “Joel Ferrer was handling a gun inside the hall bathroom and confronted him about the gun as he came out of the bathroom. Trisha Ferrer said she heard Jackson and his nephew speak “loudly” as they stood in the hallway for a moment, then the two went to the dining area.


“David [Jackson] expressed that he did not want firearms in the home because of the children. David [Jackson] tried to get Joel [Ferrer] to understand him and give him a hand in resolving the dispute, but Joel would not,” the affidavit reads. “David [Jackson] left the apartment and stood outside the door in the second floor hallway and began smoking a Black & Mild cigar. Joel [Ferrer] then walked around David [Jackson] and walked towards a stairwell, just to the east of the apartment building. Joel [Ferrer] then fired multiple shots at David [Jackson], hitting him multiple times. Joel then ran down the stairs and left the area.”

Ferrer was on the run from police for two days until she turned herself in to authorities on Saturday. He appeared before a Seminole County judge Sunday morning, who ordered him held without bail. He has pleaded not guilty, court records show. Ferrer is currently scheduled to appear in court again for his arraignment on August 29.Read More…….

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