A second suspect wanted in a shooting and attempted carjacking that left a New Smyrna Beach man with multiple gunshot wounds 10 days ago has been caught, officials said. Donald Waggoner, 59, of New Smyrna Beach, was booked into the Volusia County Branch Jail on Saturday and charged with accessory after the fact to attempted second-degree murder and accessory after the fact first-degree felony. Jail records show Waggoner was being held without bail on Sunday. [READ MORE: Manhunt on for suspect who shot man in NSB area, stole his car, official says] [Man shot, killed in NSB overnight] According to Volusia County sheriff’s investigators, Waggoner is one of two suspects involved in the shooting and attempted carjacking on July 24 that left a 50-year-old New Smyrna Beach man with gunshot sounds to his arm, abdomen and chest. On July 26, Volusia County deputies arrested another suspect, Stephen Allen, 68, of Edgewater, in the attempted carjacking and shooting incident. Allen, who was caught at a 7-Eleven on North Atlantic Avenue in New Smyrna Beach, was charged with armed carjacking and attempted second-degree murder with a firearm. Allen was being held in the Volusia County Branch Jail on Sunday with no bail allowed. Deputies and New Smyrna Beach police were called on July 24 to the 1300 block of Findlay Street where the shooting occurred around 10:15 a.m., said sheriff’s spokesman Andrew Gant. Witnesses saw the victim stumble out of the woods and deputies found him suffering from bullet wounds to his arm, abdomen and chest, as his car, a blue Toyota Solara was seen leaving the scene, Gant said. As paramedics prepared to take him to the hospital, the victim to investigating deputies that he had been shot by Allen, a homeless man, who had just moved into his home, Gant said. The victim underwent surgery and survived the attack, Gant said. — more at https://www.news-journalonline.com/news/20200802/second-suspect-in-new-smyrna-shooting-and-attempted-carjacking-caught

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