Man arrested in deadly Orlando police shooting faces judge

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ORLANDO, Fla. - The suspect who was arrested after a deadly shooting involving Orlando police faced a judge for the first time on Sunday.

Ronmono Carson, 21, had his first court appearance at the Orange County jail around 12:30 p.m. Sunday. Carson was ordered to be held on no bond at the jail. He is facing two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer with a firearm.

Officials with Orlando police said one suspect was killed and Carson was arrested in the shooting that happened Friday night.

The incident started with a traffic stop near Valencia College's west campus on Kirkman Road. Officials said an officer attempted to pull over a vehicle around 10:15 p.m. at Kirkman Road and Raleigh Street.

According to investigators, the driver rammed the officer's patrol car multiple times and then took off. The car was involved in a crash moments later at Raleigh Street and Resource Avenue, police said.

Officials said there was an exchange of gunfire as the suspects tried to flee. The driver of the suspect vehicle, 21-year-old Marquis Spencer, was killed in the shooting, police said.

Police said Carson was armed with a gun and ran into nearby woods before eventually surrendering to officers. Carson suffered a gunshot wound to his backside, according to police.

A third person who was in the vehicle was detained, but has not been charged.

Officials said a total of five Orlando police officers were involved in the incident. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Orlando police will conduct investigations.