TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - Tallahassee Police have made a several arrests after the implementation of "Operation Safe Neighborhoods".
While officers from the Tallahassee Police Department and deputies from the Leon County Sheriff's Office were searching for a stolen vehicle, officers made two unrelated arrests.
Deputies from the Leon County Sheriff's Office spotted a stolen vehicle near Ross Road Wednesday afternoon according to a Tallahassee Police Department press release. Law enforcement says the vehicle matched the description from a community member of a vehicle involved in a recent shooting.
Deputies attempted to pull over the vehicle but the car fled. LCSO and TPD continued to search the area, talking with witnesses who told officers where they has last seen the vehicle.
Officers believed the homicide suspect Brion Williams was in the same area officers were searching for the vehicle and began checking known locations for Williams as well. Williams eventually emerged from his Mother's home where officers arrested him for First Degree Murder of Christopher Seabrooks.
Seabrooks was shot and killed on Memorial day. According to the probable cause affidavit, Seabrooks was in the area of Country Club Drive looking for his recently stolen property when he was shot. A witness to the shooting told police that Seabrooks was shot by Brion Williams.
During the search, officer also stopped a different vehicle driven by Darrius White who was arrested for carrying a concealed firearm. Law enforcement says White was pulled over for a moving violation when officers noticed bullet holes in the car as well as a loaded firearm.
Wednesday night a third arrest was made after a shooting in the area of Joe Louis Street according to police.