GAMEOVER Task Force, Titusville PD Take Down Murder Suspect of Pregnant 24-Year Old Woman
By Space Coast Daily // August 1, 2015
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Titusville police officers and the BCSO GAMEOVER Task Force arrested Quentin Terrance Woodruff, 29, of Mims, who is a suspect in the shooting death of Brandee Elizabeth Kelley on June 30.
Woodruff was arrested around 10 p.m. at an area business in Port St. John Friday night.
The victim, Brandee Elizabeth Kelley, 24, of Mims, was shot and killed as she stood inside a sliding glass door of an apartment at Emerald Place Apartments located 1075 Tree Lane Titusville.
According to Titusville Police Commander Todd Hutchinson, early in the investigation evidence pointed toward Woodruff, who was Kelley estranged boyfriend.
According to witnesses, Kelley yelled “no Quentin,” seconds before she was shot.
The medical examination revealed Kelley was pregnant at the time of her death.
On July 3, Quentin Woodruff was issued an arrest warrant for 2nd degree murder and shooting into an occupied dwelling.
“Detectives teamed up with the Brevard County “Game Over” task force and have been involved in intense search efforts to apprehend Woodruff,” said Commander Hutchinson.
Woodruff will be booked into Brevard County Jail on the active warrant.
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BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – The Titusville Police Department issued an arrest warrant for Quentin Terrance Woodruff, 29, in connection with the murder of Brandee Elizabeth Kelley of Mims.
Kelley, 24, was shot and killed on June 30 as she stood inside a sliding glass door of an apartment at Emerald Place Apartments, located at 1075 Tree Lane in Titusville.
According to Titusville Police Commander Todd Hutchinson, early in the investigation evidence pointed toward Brandee’s estranged boyfriend, including witnesses hearing the victim yell “no Quentin,” seconds before she was shot.
“Investigators were not able to question him after the shooting because he went into hiding and likely left the state,” said Commander Hutchinson.
“Our detectives received significant cooperation from our community and tips have been coming into investigators since this violent incident occurred.”
An arrest warrant for 2nd Degree Murder and Shooting Into an Occupied Dwelling was issued Tuesday on Woodruff, of 2730 Marigold Avenue in Mims.
Detectives teamed up with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Department Game Over Task Force and have been involved in intense search efforts to apprehend Woodruff.
“We are indebted to our community for the tips we have received from them,” said Titusville Police Chief John Lau.
“Our entire community was outraged at this senseless act and we have been receiving overwhelming support.”
Anyone with Information leading to the apprehension of Woodruff may be eligible for a reward of up to &5000.00 and can remain anonymous by calling CRIMELINE at 800-423-TIPS.