VIDEO: Dramatic Florida drive-by shootout captured on dashcam

(Photo: Escambia County Sheriff's Office)

PENSACOLA, Fla. – A drug-fueled drive-by shootout unfolded this week at a busy intersection in Florida’s panhandle, and the whole thing was caught on dashcam video that looks more like a movie scene than real life.

The clip, posted on social media by the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, shows a Toyota Camry idling at the undisclosed intersection at some point Jan. 22 when a silver Lexus pulls up.

Two handguns can be seen pouring bullets from the Lexus before it can even reach a complete stop. A man scrambles out of the Toyota and takes cover against a nearby truck.

The Lexus then peels out as the man returns fire at the fleeing vehicle.

The Sheriff’s Office said the man who clambered out of the Toyota, identified as Jeremy Olds, was arrested. Jail records show the 30-year-old is charged with possession of a firearm by a felon.

Deputies, meanwhile, continue to look for Jonathan James Harris, 27, the man they suspect was inside the Lexus.

"W" Street & Fairfield Drive Shooting

*Warning this video maybe graphic to some viewers* Arrested: Jeremy Olds, DOB: 9/10/87 On January 22nd around noon the two vehicles in this video stopped at “W” Street and Fairfield Drive. Two suspects begin shooting at one another in the street. ECSO deputies have recovered the gold Toyota in the video and arrested Jeremy Olds. We are now asking the public to help us locate Jonathan James Harris, DOB: 6/27/90. He was the suspect inside the silver Lexus with the Florida tag number HVRG69. This shooting is considered to be drug related. If you have any information about this incident all the ECSO at 436-9620 or Crime Stoppers at 433-STOP. WKRG WEAR ABC 3 News, Pensacola NBC 15, WPMI - TV Mobile NorthEscambia Northwest Florida Daily News FOX10 News Talk 107.3 1370 WCOA NewsRadio1620 Cat Country 98.7 WRNE 980 & Choice 106.9 Radio - Hill In The Morning Pensacola News Journal NASH 102.7 WXBM PEP Talk with Wendi Summers My Magic 106 Milton Post WUWF

Posted by Escambia County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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