Daytona Beach Police are now offering a $100,000 reward for anyone that can help locate a man who allegedly recently shot a police officer in the head.
29-year-old Othal “O-Zone” Wallace, has been identified as the man who allegedly shot officer Jason Raynor, leaving him in critical condition in the hospital and having to undergo several surgeries.
According to Heavy, Wallace was allegedly a member of the Black Nationalist NFAC Militia, and was seen marching with the group in Louisville, Kentucky in September of 2020.
According to police, the 29-year-old Wallace fled from the scene after the shooting and a “multi-agency manhunt,” was launched.
He has a lengthy criminal record in Florida including domestic violence, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and aggravated battery on a pregnant woman.
Bodycam Video Shows Wallace Getting Out of His Car & Talking to the Officer, Saying, ‘Why Are You Asking, ‘Do I Live Here?’ & ‘Don’t Do This’ Before Shooting Him During a Scuffle, Police Say.
According to reports, officer Raynor is “fighting for his life, the surgery was fairly successful but still has a long way to go.”
According to Wallace’s Facebook page, he is a member of the NFAC militia and has walked in armed marches with the group during protests in Louisville and Tulsa. He also marched with the group at Stone Mountain in Georgia.
The all-Black militia group is based in Atlanta and was formed in 2017. The NFAC’s president, John Fitzgerald Johnson, also known as Grandmaster Jay, told CNN recently, “We’re not ‘effing’ around anymore with the continued abuses within our community and the lack of respect for our men, women and children.
The leader of NFAC was also recorded once calling for an all Black ethnostate in Texas, and NFAC members have had several negligent discharges while marching in various areas.