Rollins Alert: A shelter in place notification is in effect. Go into nearest room and lock the door. Await further information.— Rollins College (@rollinscollege) September 17, 2018
For further information, contact @WinterParkPD.
The Winter Park Police Department is working a shooting in the 900 block of Orange Avenue. Please stay out of the area.— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) September 17, 2018
Video from inside Spatz of police with guns drawn at Martin Luther King Jr. Park. Rollins College is still on lockdown. pic.twitter.com/85AaPQOgNC— Ellie (@EllieRushing) September 17, 2018
The suspect we are looking for is a white male armed with a handgun. He was last seen wearing a gray shirt and long black shorts. Please do not approach the suspect. Call 911/407-644-1313— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) September 17, 2018
Per @WinterParkPD, Rollins lockdown has been lifted.— Rollins College (@rollinscollege) September 17, 2018
Please avoid the area around Orange and Denning until further notice. If you see any suspicious activity, call 911.
The scene around Orange Avenue and the surrounding areas is still active. Please stay out of the area. We are still looking for the suspect (White male, gray shirt, black long shorts). Please do not approach the suspect. If in contact, immediately call 911.— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) September 17, 2018
We have identified the subject as Jared Christopher Vasquez. The photograph on the left is his appearance and clothing worn at the time of the incident. If you see him, please do not approach the suspect. Immediately call local authorities at 911. Suspect is armed & dangerous. pic.twitter.com/D55IJkanDd— Winter Park Police (@WinterParkPD) September 17, 2018
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