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Aug. 14, 2011 — Wellington

John Haulotte, 23, was shot by Palm Beach County sheriff's Deputy Latoya Rouse at Wellington Regional Medical Center on Aug. 14, 2011.

According to news reports, Haulotte was booked into jail on a charge of burglary and taken to the hospital for unknown reasons.

There, sheriff's officials said he tried to escape. Haulotte ran into the emergency room and dove behind a security desk, a witness said, which is where Rouse shot him. Read more

The witness, a 14-year-old boy, said he heard Haulotte had a gun but did not see one.

Rouse was taken back to the emergency room with non-life-threatening injuries, and Rouse was placed under investigation.

She left the agency voluntarily in 2013, according to Florida Department of Law Enforcement records.

This was the 82nd police shooting in Florida in 2011.

The same day, one officer shot one person in Riviera Beach .

Two days later, one officer shot one person in Plant City .

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