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Hudson man shoots neighbor, deputies say

HUDSON

man shoots neighbor, deputies say

When a sheriff's deputy arrived on Thomas Boulevard late Tuesday night to investigate a shooting, Anthony Boglino, according to a report, spontaneously volunteered this information: "I shot him." Haigh Frank Kopoain, Boglino's friend and neighbor, had a bullet in his stomach and was taken to Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg. Boglino, 62, said the incident started as an argument in the yard, the report says. He was charged with attempted murder and was being held in the Land O'Lakes jail Wednesday without bail. Kopoain, 36, was listed in critical condition.

HUDSON

New school site

up for approval

A new elementary school proposed at Hicks Road and Carl Street, about a mile north of State Road 52, will go before the county's top staff planners today. The county staff has recommended approving the school site. The school is proposed for 762 students and is scheduled to be opened in August 2013, according to a county report. It is meant to relieve school crowding at Hudson, Northwest, Moon Lake and Cypress elementary schools. The Development Review Committee meeting starts at 1:30 p.m. at the West Pasco Government Center, 7530 Little Road.

NEW PORT RICHEY

Meeting today for foster care group

Eckerd Youth Alternatives is holding a town hall meeting from 9 a.m. to noon today to provide information as it takes over the foster care program in Pasco and Pinellas counties. The agency will discuss its philosophy, mission and vision, and answer questions from foster parents, other providers and members of the community. The meeting is at Calvary Chapel Worship Center, 6825 Trouble Creek Road, New Port Richey. Eckerd takes over the foster care program from Sarasota YMCA on July 1.

PORT RICHEY

Advisory lifted

at Oelsner Park

The water advisory at Oelsner Park was lifted Wednesday after the latest tests showed lower levels of fecal bacteria in the water. The Pasco County Health Department had issued the advisory last month.

Pasco deaths

Abate, Michila V. "Mickey"

Frost, Peter A.

Griffith, Donald P.

Kitner, Charles S.

Morrison, Micheal Dan

Perretti, Sophie J. "Sue"

Wiggins, Barney P.

This list is from detailed obituaries published in Section B.

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Hudson man shoots neighbor, deputies say 05/14/08 [Last modified: Thursday, May 15, 2008 11:52am]
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