4th person killed in Florida neighborhood reignites fear of serial killings
7 monthes ago - By KSBW
A fourth person was shot dead Tuesday in a Florida neighborhood where residents fear they are being stalked by a serial killer.
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4th person shot dead in Tampa in possible serial spree
7 monthes ago - By Boston Herald
TAMPA, Fla. - Police searched a cordoned off Florida neighborhood Tuesday after a fourth person was shot dead, possibly by a serial killer. Tampa police say residents of the city's Seminole Heights neighborhood reported hearing shots just before 5 a.m. Tuesday. When officers arrived, they found the body of Ronald Felton, 60, in the street. They say Felton had been walking across the street to meet someone when the gunman came up behind him and fired.
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The Latest: 4th person shot dead in Tampa neighbourhood
7 monthes ago - By National Post
TAMPA, Fla. - The Latest on the fourth fatal shooting in a Tampa neighbourhood :
Police have sealed off a neighbourhood where a fourth person has been shot to death, possibly by a serial killer.
Tampa police say they immediately set up a perimeter Tuesday morning around the Seminole Heights neighbourhood after finding the body of 60-year-old Ronald Felton.
They say Felton was crossing the street to meet someone when a gunman came up behind him and shot him.
Spokesman Steve Hegarty said detectives can't immediately say whether the shooting is related to last month's killings where...
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