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News at noon: Cheney in Florida, watch a timelapse of the St. Pete Pier's slow demolition, one arrested in McDonald's drive-through shooting

A woman in the passenger seat of a car in a McDonald's drive-through was shot on Wednesday, St. Petersburg police said.  A team of bail bondsmen from Kyle's Kwik Bail Bonds was trying to box in a felon, police said, when violence broke out at the restaurant at 4585 34th St. S. The woman who was shot is expected to live.  St. Petersburg Police said the team of bondsmen was chasing Deveon Stokes, 26, who owed them about $21,000.  Stokes was taken into custody, police said. [DIRK SHADD   |   Times]

A woman in the passenger seat of a car in a McDonald's drive-through was shot on Wednesday, St. Petersburg police said. A team of bail bondsmen from Kyle's Kwik Bail Bonds was trying to box in a felon, police said, when violence broke out at the restaurant at 4585 34th St. S. The woman who was shot is expected to live. St. Petersburg Police said the team of bondsmen was chasing Deveon Stokes, 26, who owed them about $21,000. Stokes was taken into custody, police said. [DIRK SHADD | Times]

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The driver of the car that bail bondsmen descended upon Wednesday in a McDonald's drive-through has been arrested by police on unrelated charges.One arrested in McDonald's drive-through shooting.

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News at noon: Cheney in Florida, watch a timelapse of the St. Pete Pier's slow demolition, one arrested in McDonald's drive-through shooting 11/12/15 [Last modified: Thursday, November 12, 2015 12:07pm]
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