BODYCAM footage shows a Florida shooting suspect's dramatic arrest after he allegedly killed three people, including a news reporter and a child.
Keith Moses, 19, was taken into police custody in Orlando on Wednesday after allegedly fatally shooting the TV journalist, a nine-year-old girl, and a 38-year-old woman in a spree of violence.
As The U.S. Sun previously reported, two more victims are in the intensive care unit after three shootings in the Pine Hills community.
"The shooting this morning, the two shootings of the two news reporters, and the shooting of the mother and child are all connected," Orange County Sheriff John Mina said in a press conference.
"The suspect is responsible for all of them."
Those killed were later confirmed to be Nathacha Augustin, 38, who was shot earlier in the day, nine-year-old T'yonna Major, and Spectrum News 13 reporter Dylan Lyons.
Lyon's camera operator Jesse Walden and a 20-year-old woman were in critical condition, per Fox 35 News.
Now, chilling bodycam footage has been released by the Orange County Sheriff's Office in a post on Facebook.
"This is the moment OCSO deputies apprehended Keith Moses, who shot five people on Feb 22, killing three," the caption read.
The video, which lasts just over three minutes, shows officers approach Moses on the street and quickly place him on the ground as he appeared to resist.
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Officers can be seen placing Moses on his stomach and cuffing his hands behind his back as the 19-year-old continuously screamed that he could not breathe.
Police then placed him on his side, seemingly to assist in allowing more air to the suspect, and then helped him upright.
As the caption continued to explain, officers noticed a firearm in Moses' back pocket during the arrest.
"At 1:29 into the video, you will hear a deputy say, 'There's a zero in his pocket.' 'Signal zero' means weapon," the Orange County Sheriff's Office explained.
Ultimately, police were able to remove the firearm, noting that the weapon was "still hot."
"At 2:54 into the video, you will see the deputy pull the gun out of the suspect's pants," law enforcement said.
"'Grab the zero,' one deputy says. And the deputy who removes the gun says, 'It's still hot.'"
Moses can be heard continuously screaming until the end of the clip.
Photos from Moses' arrest seemed to show the suspect smirking as he was escorted by Orlando police.
Spectrum News 13 tweeted an official statement regarding the shootings and the loss of one of their own.
"We are deeply saddened by the loss of our colleague and the other lives senselessly taken today," the news outlet wrote.
"Our thoughts are with our employee's family, friends and co-workers during this very difficult time."
They added: "We remain hopeful that our other colleague who was injured makes a full recovery."
"This is a terrible tragedy for the Orlando community."
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Moses has been charged with the shooting death of Augustin, and Sheriff Mina said more charges are expected for the other four shooting victims.
According to the sheriff, the suspect has a "lengthy" criminal history that includes "gun charges, aggravated battery, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, and grand theft charges."
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