Orange County road rage suspect arrested again for 5th shooting, deputies say

A teenager who just bonded out of jail after being arrested for several road rage shootings in Orange County has been arrested again.

The Orange County Sheriff's Office re-arrested 19-year-old Emanuel Bullard on Thursday for a fifth shooting. Deputies say this one happened in December 2021. 

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Orange County Sheriff John Mina hopes the suspect will remain in jail, after he bonded out earlier this week.

"Thankfully because of the news stories another victim came forward in another shooting that happened on December, 30th at Colonial and Alafaya." 

Bullard did not speak as he was taken to jail.  According to investigators, another victim called them after seeing video of Bullard and his car on the news and said, "That's the guy who shot at me!"


Bullard was originally arrested for four different shootings. Deputies say he shot at cars throughout Orange County since late December. Deputies say you can see the gun firing out the window in surveillance video captured during one incident. 

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An anonymous tip led them to finding Bullard. 

According to an arrest report, the tip came in and led deputies to Bonneville Drive where they found the Mercedes with damage. During the execution of the warrant, deputies say Bullard fled into the woods behind the residence. He eventually surrendered. 

He bonded out of jail the day after he was first arrested. 

Many were upset when Bullard bonded out of jail on $3,500 bond earlier in the week. Sheriff Mina tweeted out, "I’m confident he will remain in jail this time. 

When asked if Bullard might be tied to other suspected road rage shooting incidents, the sheriff replied, "No other victims have come forward but certainly if they’re out there, we’ll hear them out and see if he's responsible for other crimes." 

Bullard is charged with five counts of aggravated assault with a firearm and shooting into an occupied vehicle.

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