JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigation three incidents that appear to be connected.
JSO responded to a shooting in the 5600 block of La Moya Avenue at 6:40 a.m. Sunday. JSO also responded to Wesconnett Boulevard and 105th Street at about 8:00 a.m.
During the investigation it became known that a shooting had not taken place, but the two incidents are connected, according to Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Homicide Investigator Sgt. T.K. Waters.
According to JSO, in the first incident, a man was sitting at a bus stop at Wesconnett Blvd. and Timuquana Road when two men approached him. The two men allegedly attempted to rob him and when he complied with the demands the two men left.
According to Sgt. Waters after leaving the bus stop, the suspects approached another man walking out of the post office and attempted to rob him. The man did not comply and ran from the area. The suspects hit him with a Silver Pontiac Bonneville. The victim was transported to Orange Park Medical Center and is in serious condition, Waters said.
Then the suspects reportedly hit and killed a pedestrian with the vehicle when fleeing the area.
JSO stopped the vehicle and has one man in custody. Waters said police are still searching for the other suspect.
The identity of the victims is unknown at this time.
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