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Investigators say an officer noticed the two cars going the wrong way on Atlantic Boulevard toward Pompano Beach shortly before 9 p.m.
Police in Coconut Creek are investigating a domestic incident that ended in a shooting and crash between two cars, leaving one man dead and one woman in the hospital.
Investigators say an officer noticed the two cars going the wrong way on Atlantic Boulevard toward Pompano Beach shortly before 9 p.m. Monday night. When they turned around to follow, one of the cars had crashed into the median near the Florida’s Turnpike after the female driver had been shot.
A short distance further, police found the second car that had also crashed with the male driver dead inside. Police identified him as 37-year-old Horreshia Owen Bryan.
Bryan was determined to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.
1 Dead, 1 Hospitalized After Broward Domestic Shooting
The female victim was rushed to North Broward Medical Center, where she was in stable condition.
Police said the evidence indicated Bryan was the only shooter and the female victim didn't have a weapon.