Man captured after K9 search, false call of shots fired

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY – A local man was in the Indian River County jail Tuesday on five warrants when a K9 search uncovered his location about a mile from where he abandoned his car after a sheriff’s office pursuit.Shelvick Henry, of the 4700 block of 35th Avenue, was arrested on five warrants, including aggravated stalking. He is being held on $30,500 bond. Henry was spotted by a sheriff’s deputy driving a dark blue Infiniti with heavily tinted windows in a Vero Beach residential area. When the officer tried to stop Henry, he responded, according to the report, by running a stop sign and speeding in a Vero Beach residential area. Henry’s abandoned vehicle was found behind a residence north of 49th Street and 29th Court.As the search was underway, a call came into the dispatch office claiming a shooting had taken place. A Sheriff’s office release states that Henry admitted to making the call to try to divert attention away from the search. Henry also being held on warrants for criminal mischief, resisting arrest without violence and two counts of failure to pay support.

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