School Soccer QB useless after gunshot police discovered a automotive with dozens of bullets in it
Keith Farner | 3 hours ago
A football player from the state of Kennesaw is dead after a shootout in Florida, authorities in the region said.
The Escambia County Florida Sheriff’s Office said it was called to a shooting near the intersection of Fairfield Drive and Hollywood Avenue just after 1:00 a.m. Thursday. When they got to the scene, investigators said they found two men, ages 18 and 19, with multiple gunshot wounds, and one of them was Ladarius Clardy, QB of KSU, WSB-TV reported.
The Pensacola News-Journal reported that Escambia County Sheriff Chip Simmons said more than 50 shots were fired at Clardy’s car, mostly at the driver’s door, before the car went off the road and hit an embankment.
“This is not just a statistic,” said the sheriff. “This is a son. This is a friend. This is a teammate. And enough is enough. We can’t sit here and keep saying, ‘Oh, just another pointless act of violence.’ So we need your help. We want to know what you know. “
In the case, there were no arrests until Thursday afternoon.
He also asked all residents and business owners near Fairfield and Hollywood who may have surveillance footage between midnight and 12.30 p.m. to contact the authorities. Clardy’s car is a black, four-door 2016 Honda.
“If you watch your surveillance video and see this car or any other car it’s chasing – around it, nearby – or if you just see this car alone, please give us a call,” Simmons said. “Save the video and let us know.”