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McGlockton rushed to defend Britany Jacobs, his girlfriend, and shoved Drejka to the ground, surveillance video shows. Drejka pulled out a pistol and shot McGlockton in the chest. McGlockton staggered inside and collapsed. His girlfriend applied pressure to his wound. Their other children were in the car as the shooting unfolded. McGlockton died less than an hour later. … [Read more...] about Sheriff called parking lot shooting legal under ‘stand your ground’ laws. Prosecutors disagreed.
A decision is likely by the end of the week about whether to suspend Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel following a "troubling" report about the deadly school shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last year, Gov. Ron DeSantis said Wednesday. … [Read more...] about DeSantis: Decision Likely This Week on Sheriff in Parkland Shooting
Almost a decade ago, a 22-year-old client of Florida attorney Jay Hebert told him she had helped bury the body of a missing real estate agent. Her own boyfriend had murdered the woman, who was his wife, the client said, and then persuaded her to help clean up. … [Read more...] about Client Who Told Fla. Lawyer in 1999 She Helped Bury Body Now Tells Authorities
One deputy was wounded when a bullet hit his radio microphone and grazed his shoulder, Jim Bordner, a sheriff’s department spokesman, told the St. Petersburg Times. The assailant had at least one additional magazine for his handgun. The backpack he brought into the courthouse lobby hasn’t yet been completely searched. … [Read more...] about Man Opens Fire in Fla. Courthouse, is Killed By Sheriff’s Deputies