UC Fla. Cop Shoots, Kills 7-Eleven Robbery Suspect
November 07, 2012
St. Petersburg (Fla.) Police are trying to determine if a 7-Eleven robbery that resulted in a suspect being fatally shot by an officer is related to a recent robbery at another 7-Eleven.
An undercover officer shot and killed Lamont Burgess, 36, early Tuesday after an armed robbery at the convenience store at 6161 Fourth St. N., police said. Ebony Oliver, 20, is charged with felony murder and armed robbery for her part in the robbery, police said.
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TERRY F. ZECH @ 11/9/2012 9:18 AM
Well he shootings of suspects is up both in le and private citizens legally carrying weapons. Detroit has had three in the last month. people are tired of getting held up and shot for no reason.
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