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Second man accused of secretly recording interview with Pasco sheriff's deputy

PORT RICHEY — A second person has been arrested on charges of secretly recording a deputy who was interviewing him.

Keith L. Mann, 23, of Port Richey, was arrested Tuesday and charged with interception and disclosure of oral communications.

Last week, a deputy investigating a shooting discovered a digital recording device on Daniel David Feliciano, 29, authorities said. A report states Mann used the recording device first during his interview with investigators and then passed it to Feliciano, who was caught with it.

Feliciano, 29, admitted recording the conversation without the deputy's approval, a report said.

He also lied to deputies about his address, which was the location of the shooting, the report said.

Pasco sheriff's spokesman Kevin Doll refused Wednesday to give any information about the shooting or a possible victim.

He said the case is still under investigation.

Feliciano was arrested Aug. 24 near 6603 Sandra Drive in West Brown Acres on a charge of interception and disclosure of oral communications. Records indicate he lives just down the street at 6509 Sandra Drive. He was released from the Pasco jail Aug. 25 on $5,000 bail.

Mann remained in the jail Wednesday in lieu of $5,000 bail.

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