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Dade City man recovering after being shot three times

DADE CITY — A man who was shot three times Saturday night was in stable condition Monday at Pasco Regional Medical Center.

David Hernandez, 21, was shot in the abdomen, buttocks and left leg while sitting on a porch at 14730 Dade St. with his girlfriend. Kiyondrea "Kiki" Redfield, 17, later told a Pasco County Sheriff's detective that he planned to rob Hernandez, but when he thought Hernandez was reaching under his shirt for a weapon, Redfield plucked a gun from his own waistband and shot him, a report states.

A Dade City police officer arrested Redfield about an hour after the shooting. During a pat-down, a report said, the officer found a Highpoint .38-caliber handgun in Redfield's waistband.

Redfield, of Zephyrhills, was charged with attempted homicide and carrying a concealed firearm. He was taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center.

Dade City man recovering after being shot three times 03/18/13 [Last modified: Monday, March 18, 2013 5:31pm]
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