Police are investigating the death of a man who was found lying in the foyer of his home with multiple gunshot wounds Sunday. The wife of Larry Fenton, 57, called authorities a little before 5 p.m. saying she had entered the couple's home at 1051 Nokomis St. to find her husband shot dead, according to Clearwater police spokeswoman Elizabeth Daly-Watts. The wife said she had been exercising in a detached garage and told police she may have heard a gunshot. Police did not release her name. Daly-Watts said there were no signs of forced entry, but that a car was missing from Fenton's driveway. She described the vehicle as a 1993 Jeep Cherokee white with gold trim and a license plate number of S678MI. Neighbors who watched police come and go from the two-story green house Sunday said they didn't know Fenton well. "They kept to themselves," said neighbor Jennifer Rohrbough, who described the block as "family oriented" and "quiet." "It makes me sick to my stomach to think something like this could happen here," Rohrbough said.
20-year-old man dies after shooting
Tampa police say Osse Marc Jr. died after being shot twice in an East Tampa neighborhood Saturday. A second gunshot victim, Wallace Pleas, was apparently arguing with Marc when gunfire erupted just after 8:30 p.m. Saturday, police said. Pleas, 29, of 4505 N Suwanee Ave., was shot once in the chest and taken to Tampa General Hospital where he was listed in serious but stable condition. Marc, 20, of 1916 E Hamilton Ave., was shot in his upper left chest and right calf, police said Sunday. Saturday's shooting took place in front of a home in the 1500 block of E Emma Street. Police responded to a call that five or six shots had been fired in the neighborhood and found Marc lying on the ground. Officer said Pleas drove himself to Tampa police District 3 headquarters, 3808 N 22nd St. Two people exited his vehicle and ran to the door to tell officers that Pleas needed help before fleeingon foot. Police were still searching Sunday for the two as well as the gunman. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS or Tampa police at (813) 231-6130.