[Murder] 20 Year old man charged with shooting in lakeland

Jaishawn Broome

Lakeland Police Department Press Release

LAKELAND, FL (December 3, 2020) – On Monday, November 30, 2020, Lakeland Police detectives, with the assistance of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office and US Marshals Service, arrested Jaishawn Broome, age 20, for his involvement in a shooting that took place on November 6, 2020. On Friday, November 6, 2020, at approximately 1:45 a.m., officers responded to Kathleen Road and George Jenkins Boulevard’s intersection in reference to a call reporting shots fired. A witness advised that an unknown occupant of a white Audi shot into a grey Nissan Altima as both vehicles were stopped at the intersection. Both cars immediately left the scene. A short time later, three males, two 19 years of age and one age 20, exited a grey Nissan Altima and walked into Lakeland Regional Health’s emergency room. One male had no injuries and one had a minor injury for which he was treated and released. The 20-year-old victim had what was determined later to be a serious gunshot injury. The Audi was found abandoned near Candyce Avenue with two guns inside.  Detectives were able to determine the driver of the Audi to be Jaishawn Broome. It was reported he had a long on-going dispute with the victim and believed him to be responsible for shooting at his residence a short time earlier. A search warrant of Broome’s residence was issued, and inside, detectives located items related to the guns found in the abandoned Audi. It was also discovered that Broome had recently rented the Audi from a friend for a few days.  In the days following the shooting, the victim’s condition worsened, and he passed on November 10, 2020, from injuries sustained. 


Jaishawn Broome was located in Hernando County on Monday, November 30, 2020, and taken into custody. He is awaiting transport back to Polk County and faces charges of:

  1. One Count / 2nd Degree Murder
  2. Two Counts / Attempted 2nd Degree Murder

Original Content Source: The Daily Ridge

[Florida] Polk County Sheriffs Violate Citizens Rights And Slam Innocent Man.

Polk County Sheriff’s office and Lake Hamilton Police department in Florida was dispatched to an address in lake hamilton, Florida on April 18th, 2020 at approximately 1:30 am, searching for a Tyrek Washington. The homeowners advised the officers that Washington was not at the residence and that they do not consent to a search of their home without a warrant.

The homeowner proceeded to close the door as he was exercising his rights when the officers slammed him to the ground and charged him with Assault on a Leo and resisting arrest. This is a perfect example of how the Polk County Sheriff’s office violates the rights of the residence in Polk County, Florida.

Watch this daunting video of how it all went down.

After the officers slam the homeowner for no reason, his daughter calls 911 reaching out for justice from the police and she was charged for Misuse of an emergency hotline and resisting arrest. I guess, if the police are violating your rights and slamming you illegally, then you are deemed helpless.

The family has retained a private attorney and plan on filing a complaint against the Sheriff’s department as well as Lake Hamilton Police department. Additionally, the family has reached out to several news outlets to bring awareness and to potentially slow the spread of these outrageous actions taken by the people who are supposed to protect and serve us.