CRESTVIEW — Shortly after 3 a.m. Sept. 3, the Crestview Police Department, with the assistance of the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Highway Patrol, responded to the Holland Apartments located at 564 W. James Lee Blvd., in reference to a shooting incident.

When officers arrived on scene at the Crestview Inn, which shares a parking lot with Holland Apartments, contact was made with a 19-year-old, Sharvel Pompey of Fort Walton Beach, who had been shot multiple times.

Pompey advised officers that he was inside Apartment 141 when he was assaulted by two white male subjects and a white female subject. During a verbal altercation, Pompey was shot three to four times before escaping the apartment and calling 911.

It was believed that all three suspects, with at least one known to be armed, were still inside of the residence.

The Crestview SWAT Team responded to the scene and attempted contact with the suspects at the apartment, however there was no response from inside. A breach was conducted at the front of the residence by the SWAT Team and Crestview Canine Kody was utilized to clear the residence.

It was then determined that the suspects fled through an open window at the rear of the apartment, prior to law enforcement’s arrival. A search of the area was conducted without result.

Pompey was transported to the Fort Walton Beach Medical Center with multiple gunshot wounds and is currently listed in critical condition.

The Crestview Police Department is seeking the assistance of the public in locating the three suspects in this case. While the two males involved are not known at this time, the Crestview Police Department is currently seeking the whereabouts of 21-year-old Jennifer Marie Hall, who is the tenant of Apartment 141, as she is wanted for questioning in the incident.

It is believed that she may be considered armed and dangerous, or may be in the company of two unknown white males, who may be considered armed and dangerous.

If anyone has information, or knows the whereabouts of Jennifer Marie Hall, do not attempt to make direct contact; instead, call the Crestview Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division at: (850)-682-2055 and you will be referred to one of the investigators assigned to the case.