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TAMPA – The Tampa Police Department is investigating at least two shootings overnight.

Around 2:00am, TPD received a call about a male that was found shot in the 1400 block of East 108th Avenue. That male was transported to an area hospital where his condition is unknown. Tampa Police have not released any information on this incident.

A few minutes later, TPD received another shooting call at Club Supa D at 805 East Skagway Avenue. A disturbance of some sort occurred on the dance floor of the establishment and shots rang out. Two victims drove themselves to the hospital and three were transported by paramedics. No life-threatening injuries were reported.

A few blocks away from the Skagway Avenue shooting, a vehicle had struck telephone lines on North 12th Street near East Humphrey Street. The occupants had fled the vehicle before police arrived. Tampa Police have not said whether this crash is related to the Supa D’s shooting.

This is not the first incident at Supa D’s. A security guard died after a shooting at the establishment back in July. http://tampabaynewsservice.com/breaking-news/man-dies-in-tampa-club-shooting/

Order of scenes:
0:00 – 1:17 Shooting Supa D’s 805 E Skagway Ave
1:17 – 1:49 Vehicle crash (possibly related to above) N 12th St / E Humphrey St
1:49 – 2:30 Shooting 1400 blk E 108th Ave

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TAMPA – A pedestrian was killed Monday evening in Tampa.

It happened around 7:18 on Dale Mabry Highway near Floyd Road. The Florida Highway Patrol says a female walked into the path of a southbound Mazda pickup.

The female was struck and was pronounced dead at the scene. She has not been identified at this time. Southbound Dale Mabry Highway was closed for the investigation.

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TAMPA – Tampa Police are investigating a triple homicide in East Tampa.

It happened in the 2500 block of North 54th Street around 1:47 Sunday Morning. 24-year-old Angel Luis Perez forced his way into a home and shot his brother-in-law, 25-yea-old George Gort and an unidentified 24-year-old female.

As Perez left the scene, he engaged in a confrontation with his girlfriend, 24-year-old Olivia Miller. At some point, she was shot. Perez later drove her to Tampa General Hospital where she died.

Perez was arrested at TGH and later confessed to both shootings. Police then responded to the original address where they discovered the first two victims.

Perez will be charged with 3 counts of 1st Degree Murder, Kidnapping, and Armed Burglary. Police say the shooting may stem from an issue with Perez’s 3-year-old nephew and a family custody dispute.

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TAMPA – A police officer was forced to shoot an armed robbery suspect Sunday morning Tampa.

Around, 1am two women were walking inside the Tampa Park Apartments when a masked male approached them. The man had a firearm and attempted to rob them. One of the women got away and was able to call 911.

When the officer arrived, the suspect fired at the the patrol car. The officer continued to follow the suspect when he fired on the patrol car again. The officer then exited the cruiser and chased the suspect on foot.

Police say at some point, the suspect stopped and turned towards the officer. The officer ordered the man to drop the weapon but instead, he raised it towards the officer. That’s when the officer fired on the suspect.

Tampa Police spokesperson Laura McElroy identified the suspect as 30-year-old John C. Carr Jr., of Tampa. He was transported to Tampa General Hospital in serious condition. McElroy says Carr has a criminal history and was released from prison last year.

The officer’s name has not been released at this time. He was uninjured as well as the robbery victims. No additional information was released.

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ST. PETERSBURG – Tampa Bay News Service as obtained video of a brutal assault in St. Petersburg on Sunday.

43-year-old Raynard Pete was driving in the area of 37th Avenue South and 6th Street South when he was spotted by his ex-girlfriend, 23-year-old Karnesia Lloyd.

Lloyd’s current boyfriend, Cauiau Smiley and another man, Vinson Williams exited the SUV Lloyd was driving and confronted Pete. Pete fled his vehicle on foot. As Pete was in an altercation with both men, Lloyd intentionally rammed him with her SUV.

Witnesses say she struck Pete twice while the men continued to attack Pete. Pete suffered serious injuries to his leg that had been pinned between the SUV and concrete stairs to an abandoned house.

All three suspects fled the area and were arrested in Jordan Park. Pete was rushed to Bayfront Medical Center. His family says Pete is recovering after his leg required amputation.

We would like to point out that many will find this video disturbing. However, Pete and his family have agreed to allow us to release the video to show that dating violence affects everyone.

The family is also asking for donations to help pay for Pete’s medical expenses. To donate directly please go to http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/reynard-a-pete-flaco-/230704

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