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Sheriff's office releases suspects names in deputy shooting

ESCAMBIA COUNTY   --  The Escambia County sheriffs office has released the names of the two suspects in the shooting that injured a deputy.

Keenan Finkelstein and Jonathan Chappel were both placed under arrest last night.
Finkelstein was charged with attempted murder of a police officer.

Deputies say the incident started when Chappel robbed a person at gunpoint during a drug deal. At the Tom Thumb on Pensacola Boulevard near "W" Street.
   
Chappel then met Finkelstein at the home on Burning Tree Road. When deputies arrived Finklestein began to fire.

Gun fire was exchanged in front of this home Sergeant Shedrick Johnson was shot in the leg.
He was able to pull himself to this driveway where  he waited for medical assistance.
   
Blood still stains the pavement and if you look here at this truck you can see a bullet hole.

Rose Marie D'Amico  "I only heard two cracks, but like I said I thought it was my TV. When I heard it I listened and I sat up and I walked over to the TV and it did it one more time, but I couldn't tell where it was coming from."
   
Rose Marie D'Amico lives next door to the home where Sergeant Shedrick Johnson was shot.
She watched as deputies scoured the neighborhood for shell casings using K-9's and metal detectors.

"We built out here 18 years ago and we've never had anything happen in the block."
Crime scene tape littered the neighborhood. Finklestein was found not to far away from the  scene of the shooting by Pensacola police.

Don Call  "We've been here 16 years and really haven't had in major incidents like this, so it's a little disconcerting."
   
The incident has many people in the area considering other methods of protection.

"We've actually been talking about going and getting a weapon possibly because this is a little disconcerting."