(ran PW, PS editions of PASCO TIMES)
Police investigators suspect more than one person was involved in the killing of Clarence A. Coleman, 32, on Tuesday morning.
Brooksville police Chief Ed Tincher said Wednesday that there was little more information to release about the death.
"Right now we are looking for more than one person," he said.
Tincher encouraged anyone with information about the incident to call the police department at 754-6800 or the anonymous tips line at 754-6825.
Coleman was found after the Pontiac Grand Am he was driving crashed into a tree at the north end of Union Street about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Investigators think someone threw a watermelon-sized chunk of concrete at the car's windshield, which caused Coleman to lose control and crash.
A small amount of crack cocaine was found in the car, which indicated that the incident might have been drug related, Tincher said.