Titusville Man Arrested For Attempted Murder After Shooting At Victim’s Car While Driving Over 100 MPH

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Davaris Lamont Clayton, 23, arrested

Davaris Lamont Clayton is charged with attempted murder after police said he drove after his victims, firing into their moving vehicle while driving at more than 100 mph. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA (WKMG) – A Titusville man is charged with attempted murder after police said he drove after his victims, firing into their moving vehicle while driving at more than 100 mph.

Titusville police were called Dec. 23 to Sunrise Apartments for reports of multiple gunshots. Investigators learned the suspect, Davaris Lamont Clayton, 23, had gotten into an argument with one of the victims prior to the shooting. Clayton was dating the victim’s sister.

During the argument, Clayton pulled out a handgun and threatened to kill the victim, according to the Brevard County arrest warrant.

The victim, along with two women, got into a car and attempted to flee to get away from Clayton, police said.

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