ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — The 19-year-old accused in four road rage-related shootings in Orange County was rearrested on Thursday for another shooting, deputies said.
Emanuel Bullard, 19, bonded out of jail on Tuesday after he was arrested and charged with four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm and four counts of shooting into an occupied vehicle.
Deputies said he is now facing charges related to a fifth road-rage shooting. They said the victim in the case saw Bullard on the news and called detectives to say, “That’s the guy who shot at me!”
The latest arrest stems from a shooting incident in December 2021.
“Now he’s facing 10 felony charges and we are confident he won’t get out and cause more havoc in our community,” Sheriff John Mina said Thursday.
Only Channel 9 was there when Bullard bonded out of jail on his first charges just before 2 a.m. Tuesday.
Bullard didn’t want to talk until our crew asked him what he had to say to his victims.
“Don’t (expletive) with me and I won’t (expletive) with you,” Bullard told the camera.
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