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CrimePolice looking for 'armed and dangerous' suspect accused of helping to lure, kill man

23:00  11 july  2019
23:00  11 july  2019 Source:   wtsp.com

Hollywood Police: Man Armed With Handgun Shot And Killed By Officer

Hollywood Police: Man Armed With Handgun Shot And Killed By Officer Hollywood Police shot and killed a man who they say shot at an innocent driver Sunday afternoon. © Provided by CBS Local, a division of CBS Radio IncThere is a home surveillance video from the corner of Scott Street and North 70th Terrace, which shows the suspect shooting at a passing van then running away. The driver tells police he did not know the shooter. According to police, they found the gunman a few blocks away and made contact with him. Shots were fired and the suspect was killed.

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Largo police have arrested two men and continue to search for a third accused of being involved in luring a man before shooting him.

Police say the shooting happened in a parking lot at the Autumn Chase Apartments, where a 22-year-old man was found dead with a gun shot wound to his back.

Police looking for 'armed and dangerous' suspect accused of helping to lure, kill man© Largo Police Department Ryan Elliott aka Hundo Rich

Witnesses say they saw three men leave the scene.

Investigators say the man was lured to buy marijuana before he was robbed.

'He ran toward the screaming,' tried to stop murder suspect

'He ran toward the screaming,' tried to stop murder suspect A Connecticut man traveling with his family jumped into action when he heard screaming in a Worcester restaurant Wednesday night. Allan Corson Jr., 26, was with his family in O'Connor's Restaurant & Bar on West Boylston Street around 8 p.m. when a man armed with two knives attacked a woman. "When the scream turned to a screech, I knew someone needed help," Corson said. "My son jumped up immediately as soon as he heard the woman screaming, and he ran toward the screaming," said his father, Allan Corson Sr. The woman was stabbed and later died of her injuries. Officials have not yet released information about her identity.

Largo police identified two of the three men as Gavin Griffin, 18, and a 17-year-old.

Police say both confessed to the crime.

Largo police have an active warrant and continue to search for Ryan Elliott, 20, who also goes by 'Hundo Rich.' He is considered armed and dangerous, according to police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Largo Police Department at (727) 587-6730.

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