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Trial Date Set for Teen Accused of Murdering St. Pete Cop

June 07, 2011  | 

 A trial date has been set for the teenager accused of killing a St. Petersburg police officer. Nicholas Lindsey will go on trial December 12 in the shooting death of Officer David Crawford.

Crawford was shot and killed while searching for a burglary suspect in February. He was the third St. Petersburg officer killed in a span of just 30 days. Lindsey, 16, was arrested within 24 hours of the shooting. Investigators say he initially denied his involvement, but eventually confessed.

Source: ABC Action News


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