Deputies identify woman shot at Orange County intersection, deputies continue search for suspect

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Deputies identify woman found shot at Orange County intersection, deputies continue search for suspect

Orange County Sheriff deputies are investigating the death of a woman found shot at an intersection in Orange County.

On Saturday around 6:20 a.m., sheriff’s deputies responded to a man down call at the corner of South Orange Avenue and Sixth Street.

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When deputies arrived, they found an unresponsive Black woman who was pronounced deceased at the scene, identified as 30-year-old Tyi Frances Regina Faison.

According to deputies, there is no information on the shooter at this time. Deputies said detectives are working diligently to identify the suspect in this case.

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South Orange Avenue was shut down between Taft Vineland Road and Sixth Street for hours Saturday morning as deputies focused on a retention pond in the area.

At this time, South Orange Avenue has reopened between Taft Vineland Road and Sixth Street.

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The Orange County Sheriff’s Office will provide more information when it becomes available.