Jacksonville Officer Malik Daricaud leaves rehab after being shot

JSO officer Malik Daricaud leaves rehab using a walker led by his wife Jasmine Faison and son Malachi Thursday, April 25, 2024. JSO officer Malik Daricaud was released from Brooks Rehabilitation in Jacksonville, FL after almost 400 days recovering from serious spinal cord injuries from a shooting while assisting fellow officers in apprehending a wanted suspect. Fellow JSO officers were on hand as well as health care workers who aided in Daricaud recovery to cheer him on as he left the facility.

JSO officer Malik Daricaud leaves rehab using a walker led by his wife Jasmine Faison and son Malachi Thursday, April 25, 2024. JSO officer Malik Daricaud was released from Brooks Rehabilitation in Jacksonville, FL after almost 400 days recovering from serious spinal cord injuries from a shooting while assisting fellow officers in apprehending a wanted suspect. Fellow JSO officers were on hand as well as health care workers who aided in Daricaud recovery to cheer him on as he left the facility.

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JSO officer Malik Daricaud leaves rehab using a walker as he was surrounded by healthcare workers Thursday, April 25, 2024. JSO officer Malik Daricaud was released from Brooks Rehabilitation in Jacksonville, FL after almost 400 days recovering from serious spinal cord injuries from a shooting while assisting fellow officers in apprehending a wanted suspect. Fellow JSO officers were on hand as well as health care workers who aided in Daricaud recovery to cheer him on as he left the facility.

JSO officer Malik Daricaud leaves rehab using a walker as he was surrounded by healthcare workers Thursday, April 25, 2024. JSO officer Malik Daricaud was released from Brooks Rehabilitation in Jacksonville, FL after almost 400 days recovering from serious spinal cord injuries from a shooting while assisting fellow officers in apprehending a wanted suspect. Fellow JSO officers were on hand as well as health care workers who aided in Daricaud recovery to cheer him on as he left the facility.

Bob Self/Florida Times-Union

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