One of two men shot by Orlando police Wednesday night inside a home during an investigation into a drug complaint in the Rock Lake Gardens neighborhood has died.
The name of the man has not been released by police, but friends say he was 18 years old.
Police said a total of five people were inside when officers knocked on the door at 1327 Arlington Street near Highway 50 and Orange Blossom Trail.
Two officers opened fire, each shooting a different man. It remains unclear, however, if the man with the gun ever fired, or if the second man was even armed, said Young.
"Very concerning. Two nights in a row," said Orlando Police Chief Paul Rooney. "The message is clear, though. If anyone pulls a gun on a police officer, we are trained to shoot back, which we did tonight."
Rooney said that, normally, OPD averages about six officer-involved shootings in a year, and now they've had two in 24 hours, after officers responding to a drug complaint shot a man in Rosemont...(click pic to watch video)