The Quincy Police Department has identified a second man involved in the broad open daytime shooting of a victim at 427 S. Stewart Street in Quincy on Friday, April 11, 2014.
Warrants have been obtained for the arrest of Chazdin Jamarick Miller, 19, of 3313 Sunnyside Drive, Tallahassee. Miller is sought on the following charges: Shooting into an occupied dwelling, Discharging a Firearm, Possession of a Firearm by a Felon, Aggravated Battery with a Firearm, Armed Robbery and Aggravated Assault with a Firearm.
The victim advised Quincy police that he was playing with his children on the playground when he was approached by Miller. Miller was holding two guns, one in each hand. Miller began angrily making statements about being sold some bad “Molly,” (an illegal drug). As the victim attempted to run away, he was shot by Miller in the lower back area before Miller and his accomplices fled the complex in a black Nissan Titan extended cab truck.
Rizterrious Lavont Robinson
The victim required surgery and is recovering.
Quincy police are actively seeking the location of Miller with a last known address of 3313 Sunnyside Drive in Tallahassee. Miller should be considered armed and dangerous and citizens should not approach him, but call law enforcement.
According to Quincy Police Asst. Chief Glenn Sapp, “We will exert all our energy and turn over every stone to bring these criminals to justice. We will not stand for this type of violent crime in Quincy. There were many children at play when this happened and we are just lucky some family isn’t planning a funeral.”
The first identified shooter, Rizterrious Lavont Robinson, 25, of 177 Ray Road, Quincy, turned himself in after investigators began a search for him. His arrest warrants included Robbery With a Firearm, Accessory to Aggravated Battery With a Firearm, Accessory to Aggravated Assault With a Firearm, Accessory to Shooting Into a Dwelling, Accessory to Discharging a Firearm in a Community.
During the shooting several of the fired bullets struck a vehicle and buildings in the complex and one round entered an apartment of a young mother and several children, according to an earlier news report. No one was injured in the apartment.
Anyone with information on Miller’s whereabouts should call the Quincy Police Department at (850) 627-7111 and ask for Capt. Troy Gilyard. You may also be eligible for a reward and call Crime Stoppers at (850) 574- TIPS (8477).