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- Deputy video shows moment shots fired during Instagram Live -
Body camera video from a deputy-involved shooting in Windermere on Wednesday night shows the second shots were fired by both the suspect and officials from the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies said suspect Laforest Gray Jr., 23, fired shots at them first before they fired multiple rounds. No officers were injured. Gray has been charged with attempted first-degree murder on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest.
Gray can be seen holding up his phone in the video to record the deputies on Instagram Live while standing in the detached parking garage of the Citra at Windermere apartments.
Gray can be heard yelling to his wife to "come here" while standing to the side behind the open door of a yellow Chevrolet Camaro. Authorities said witnesses saw Gray pull his wife out a car by her hair, punch her and drag her through the parking lot.
Gray's wife believes there was no reason for authorities to get involved.
In the video, Gray's wife can be seen standing in between him and authorities until a deputy comes up to her and grabs her arm. She stands still for a few seconds until she appears to be pulled out of the garage and Gray's direct view.
A few seconds after his wife is pulled out of the garage, shots are fired. Gray can be seen pulling a gun out from his side, behind the car door, and then pointing it at a deputy while gunfire is heard.
An OCSO report states that Gray's wife was heard saying, "Don't get the gun" and "Put the gun away." Though Gray was not shot by deputies, he was subdued after being bitten by a K-9. His wife is upset at what she said was a big misunderstanding.