911 and Body Camera Video from West Melbourne Shooting
The firearm referenced in the 911 call was a .22 rifle with a scope. That firearm was taken from Michael Proctor prior to law enforcement’s arrival, and was hidden behind a large stack of boxes in the home. The West Melbourne Police Department has since learned that Michael Proctor pointed that firearm at his father prior to law enforcement’s arrival. He pulled the trigger twice, but the gun jammed.
Michael Proctor had another firearm in his bedroom. This was a 30-30 rifle with a scope. This is the weapon he used to fire at the police officers. This is also the firearm he used to end his life.
The West Melbourne Police Department are actively investigating the source of the firearms. They are asking anyone who might have information to contact either the West Melbourne Police Department, or Crimeline. Please call even if they think their information regarding this case is not important.
West Melbourne Police 321-723-9673
Crimeline 407-423-TIPS (8477) with any information.
Body Camera Footage from Martin Lane Incident (3-Officer Mathis)
This unedited body camera video shows you firsthand exactly what our officers experienced on the night of October 11, 2017 on Martin Lane. Please keep in mind that the first 30 seconds of all body camera videos do not contain audio. This is a design function of the camera system itself.