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September 16, 2020

DAILYKENN.com -- Damon Rothermel, 50, "appeared to have been hit by a stray slug from a shootout between people in two cars," reports say

Booking photos of Hakeem Robinson, Dominique Barner, Janera Smith, Christopher Brown, Derek Hudson (Jacksonville Sheriff's Office) via news4jax.com

Rothermel was riding his bicycle in Jacksonville, Florida when he was struck by the slug. 

The shooting occurred at 1:15 p.m. — broad daylight — according to jacksonville.com

The crime reportedly occurred January 31, 2019 in the city's San Marco neighborhood. The arrests were reported September 14, 2020.

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The quaint San Marco area centers on its leafy namesake square, a lively hub with indie boutiques and casual eateries serving brunch, pizza and ice cream. Chic bistros and trendy bars dot surrounding streets. The art deco San Marco Theatre shows art-house movies and new releases, and rock bands play at intimate venue Jack Rabbits Live. The neighborhood is also known for its old riverfront mansions.

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The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office on Monday announced two more arrests in the death of a bicyclist who was fatally shot in January 2019.

The shooting happened near in the area of Emerson Street and St. Augustine Road. According to the Sheriff’s Office, it resulted in the death of Damon Rothermel, 50, who appeared to have been hit by a stray slug from a shootout between people in two cars.

On Monday, the Sheriff’s Office announced Derek Hudson, 20, and Christopher Brown, 26, were arrested and charged with second-degree murder. Both were being held in the Duval County jail without bond.

Last Friday, News4Jax learned Dominique Barner was arrested on a charge of second-degree murder in the shooting. 

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