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Man shot to death in Sulphur Springs argument

TAMPA — Police are looking for a man they say shot a neighbor to death early Thursday following an argument.

About 3:30 a.m, Keith J. Jones, 35, was standing in the driveway of a friend's home at 8108 N Semmes St. in Sulphur Springs when he got into an argument with another man from the neighborhood police said.

At some point, the man pulled out a gun and shot Jones.

Detectives said they know who the assailant is, but police withheld his name. Authorities had a number of leads on his whereabouts and were working to track him down, authorities said.

No arrests in the case had been announced by Thursday night.

Man shot to death in Sulphur Springs argument 03/20/14 [Last modified: Thursday, March 20, 2014 10:17pm]
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