FORT WALTON BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE UPDATE: Second Avenue Shooting Suspect in Custody for Unrelated Charges The Fort Walton Beach Police Department is still actively pursuing all leads to the 102 Second Avenue shooting that took place the night of Thursday, June 14th. Edwin Devon Grissom, 22, of Fort Walton Beach, who is believed to be a suspect in the shooting, came into the Fort Walton Beach Police Department to discuss the incident. Grissom was subsequently arrested for unrelated charges regarding a previous domestic violence incident that occurred in the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office jurisdiction. The shooting incident in the Fort Walton Beach Police Department’s jurisdiction is believed to have been a continuation of the incident in the county. ————— Original Post On June 14th, 2018 at 1705 hours, officers with the Fort Walton Beach Police Department responded to the area of Ranger Street and Second Avenue in reference to a shots fired call. Upon officers’ arrival, witnesses/victims reported that a black SUV, occupied by several individuals, stopped in front of #102 Second Avenue. One of the occupants of the SUV exited the vehicle with a semiautomatic pistol and discharged the gun toward the home multiple times. A dog that was on the property at the time was struck with one of the rounds. The injured dog, along with the owner, was transported by police vehicle to the Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Okaloosa/Walton County for medical treatment. No other injuries were reported. Several leads are currently being developed as this case continues. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Fort Walton Beach Police Department at 850-833-9546 or Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers at 850-863-TIPS, emeraldcoastcrimestoppers.com or by using the P3 Tips Mobile application.