Asad Brinson Obituary Death – An investigation into the shooting that occurred Monday evening and left one person dead and another on life support is being conducted by the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office. On Tuesday, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office released the name of the deceased victim as 18-year-old Asad Brinson. Shots were reportedly fired in the neighborhood of Tampa Avenue about 8:19 p.m., according to deputies with the department. Tampa Avenue is located between Michigan Avenue and Orange Blossom Trail, just south of Osceola Parkway. At the intersection of Tampa Street and Barn Street is a green space that is used for recreational purposes.
When the deputies arrived, they discovered two black guys who seemed to have been shot. One person was located inside a vehicle, and he was taken to a hospital, where, as of Tuesday afternoon, he was receiving life support treatment. The body of the second male, who was later identified as Brinson, was discovered on the ground at the site and pronounced dead there. According to stories provided by witnesses who were present at the HCA Florida Osceola emergency room late on Monday night,
police, security guards, and fire rescue officials had the ER placed under lockdown while they sought to identify and save the victim of the gunshot who had been found in the car. Lopez has stated that his team would provide updates whenever they become available, as this inquiry is currently active and still in progress. According to the documents filed with the court, Brinson was detained on January 7 of this year and charged with grand theft of a firearm. Brinson’s trial was slated to begin in October. During a traffic check near Orange Blossom Trail and Osceola-Polk Line Road,
police enforcement detected the odor of cannabis coming from a vehicle that the driver was operating with three other passengers. A further search of the vehicle revealed the presence of concealed firearms. Brinson admitting to being in possession of a weapon that was later revealed to have a tampered serial number. Brinson was also arrested on a charge of misdemeanor affray when he was involved in what became a large-scale fight at the Osceola County Fair on February 17, which prompted the fair to be closed for the night. The fight was the reason of the fair being closed for the night.