- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 11, 2017

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POLICE: THIEVES RAM TRUCK THROUGH FLORIDA GUN STORE

The Zephyrhills Police Department posted surveillance video on its Facebook page that shows the blue truck smashing through the front of Sunshine State Armory early Sunday. The video shows three people running in after the truck and grabbing guns and ammunition from cases as the truck backs out of the store. They ran to the truck and fled before police arrived.

MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN CRIME SPREE THAT LEFT 2 WOMEN DEAD

The Ledger reported Tuesday that 25-year-old Devonere McCune has pleaded guilty to armed robbery and several other charges. Prosecutors agreed to drop two counts of first-degree murder in exchange for his testimony against three other men: 37-year-old Michael Gordon, 31-year-old Jovan Lamb and 32-year-old Terrell Williams.

FLORIDA GOVERNOR PLANS WORKSHOPS TO ADDRESS OPIOID ABUSE

The state’s Department of Children and Families, Department of Health and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement will hold workshops in Palm Beach, Duval, Manatee and Orange counties. The schedule is expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Attorney General Pam Bondi also announced on Tuesday a deal with drug companies to provide Narcan and Naloxone at a discounted rate to treat overdose victims.

5-Year-Old Boy Found Dead After House Fire

St. Petersburg police spokesman Rick Shaw says Hassan Vann’s mother, father and 4-year-old sister were able to escape but quickly realized the boy hadn’t made it out. A neighbor told the newspaper that he saw as the parents desperately trying to get back inside, but the fire was just too big. The cause of the blaze remains under investigation.

7 SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS HURT IN FLORIDA SCHOOL BUS CRASH

The bus collided with a car before hitting a traffic control device pole in Sarasota on Tuesday morning. Troopers say the bus was carrying 12 students from Oak Park School. The report says a car turned in front of the bus about 9:15 a.m. The report says seven students were taken to hospitals. The bus driver, an aide, and two people in the car were also taken to hospitals.


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