Trombone player shot in street after orchestra practice
9 days ago - By The Seattle Times
PINELLAS PARK, Fla. - Police in Florida say a trombone player was fatally shot as she left an orchestra practice. Pinellas Park police tell news outlets that 59-year-old Caroline Morton-Hicks was found shot in the street Monday night outside the city's government building and performing arts center. Detectives say that after leaving the practice...
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