A Florida man who allegedly shot at police during a high-speed chase near Miami’s South Beach Friday faces charges of attempted murder, armed robbery and eluding police, according to reports.
The suspect, identified as 34-year-old Terence Daniel II, robbed a valet attendant at gunpoint, stealing about $1,500 before leaving in a Dodge Challenger, the Miami Beach News reported, citing the arrest report. Officers eventually spotted the Challenger, identified by the valet, and attempted to conduct a traffic stop, the report claimed.
Daniel allegedly shot at officers through his windshield before speeding away. After driving into Miami, he reportedly bailed out of the car and barricaded himself in a shed. After setting up a perimeter and dispatching K-9 units to find him, police said they were able to negotiate to get Daniel out of the shed.
He was reportedly injured by a police dog when he failed to follow police commands and was taken to a local hospital where he was treated and released.
He is being held without bond at Miami-Dade County’s Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.
No one was reportedly struck by Daniel’s bullets, but at least one bullet hit a parked Porsche, according to the report.