Suspect Accused of Shooting Officer Faces Murder Charges

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The man accused of shooting a Coconut Creek Police Department officer in a gruesome incident at a quiet neighborhood faces premeditated murder charges for allegedly killing two people.

Jason Dale Roseman, 44, faces two premeditated murder charges, two charges of criminal attempt/solicitation/conspiracy of a capital felony and a probation violation charge.

Roseman is accused of firing at the vehicle of a police officer who was responding to a domestic violence report with a shotgun. The officer, 30-year-old Andrew Renna, suffered a punctured lung but is expected to recover.

CCPD Chief Butch Arnel said Roseman dropped his shotgun and surrendered after numerous police officers approached him at an intersection.

Inside the home where the domestic violence report originated, a multi-agency SWAT team found one dead person, a dead pit bull, rifles and a “prop” explosive device, according to Arnel.

Outside the home, one woman was found dead on a driveway next door, while another man was found in critical condition on the driveway of another home.


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