Man arrested after Marion County trail homicide

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A Marion County man faces charges of second-degree murder and robbery with a firearm in what investigators call a drug deal gone wrong. Candles and a cross were left at the entrance to the Greenway trail in Ocala. They were left in honor of 18-year-old Cameron Dalzell, who MPs say was killed when gunshots rang out while dealing drugs. Investigators have arrested 19-year-old Jordan Neal in connection with Dalzell’s death. Deputies said on Monday afternoon a man presented to the emergency room with a gunshot wound to his hand and said he had been shot when he was robbed at the Greenway trailhead and a another person was probably dead. At the trailhead, deputies found Dalzell dead from an apparent gunshot wound. Meanwhile, according to the arrest affidavit, Neal reported to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office to report that he and Dalzell had met at the trailhead with two other people they planned to rob from marijuana. “Dalzell pulled out his gun and pointed The driver pulled out his gun and pointed it at Dalzell. (They) started shooting at each other. The driver was shot in the main and Dalzell was fatally shot,” Neal said. The trailhead is becoming a crime hotspot. “It’s such a beautiful place to ride and bike and a beautiful playground at the end of the trail. , and it’s so sad that we can’t feel safe in this area,” said Karen Cowan, who bikes in the neighborhood. Deputies said Neal and Dalzell planned to rob the other two men in the car, Neal is charged with second-degree murder despite not having fired the shot that killed Dalzell under obligation.It is not yet known whether the other two men involved in the incident will face to charges.

A Marion County man faces charges of second-degree murder and robbery with a firearm in what investigators call a drug deal gone wrong.

Candles and a cross were left at the entrance to the Greenway trail in Ocala.

They were left in honor of 18-year-old Cameron Dalzell, the man who MPs say was killed when shots rang out during a drug deal.

Investigators have arrested 19-year-old Jordan Neal in connection with Dalzell’s death.

Deputies said on Monday afternoon a man presented to the emergency room with a gunshot wound to his hand and said he had been shot when he was robbed at the Greenway trailhead and a another person was probably dead.

At the trailhead, deputies found Dalzell dead of apparent gunshot wounds.

Meanwhile, according to the arrest affidavit, Neal reported to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office to report that he and Dalzell had met at the trailhead with two other people they planned to rob from marijuana.

“Dalzell pulled out his gun and pointed it at the driver. The driver pulled out his gun and pointed it at Dalzell. (They) started shooting at each other. The driver was shot in the hand and Dalzell was killed,” Neal said.

Locals fear the trailhead could become a crime hotspot.

“It’s such a great place to ride and bike and have a nice playground at the end of the trail, and it’s so sad that we can’t feel safe in this area,” said Karen Cowan , who rides a bike in the neighborhood. .

Deputies say Neal and Dalzell planned to rob the other two men in the car, Neal is charged with second degree murder despite not firing the shot that killed Dalzell.

Neal was jailed in Marion County Jail on $100,000 bond.

It is not yet known whether the other two men involved in the incident will face charges.

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