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Keondre Fields, 23, left, and Donterio Fowler, 26, were booked into the Pinellas County jail Monday on charges of first-degree murder.
The victim was shot at point-blank range on Dec. 2, 2016, inside a parking garage in a building that houses many FIU students.
Patients and employees were evacuated. “People were just getting out of there and getting to whatever safe place they could,” a sheriff’s spokeswoman said.
Two cars were racing on East College Avenue before the June 22 crash, troopers say in a warrant affidavit. The victims were a passenger and driver crossing in front of them.
Dugan, 54, said Monday that he will step down effective Sept. 10, ending a 31-year career with the Tampa Police Department.

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  1. In this June 4, 2019, file photo, Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried speaks during a meeting of the Florida cabinet, in Tallahassee. Fried announced Tuesday her office has suspended concealed carry weapons permits for 22 people involved in the U.S. Capitol breach.
  2. Seating for potential jurors at the start of the October murder trial of defendant Erin Lee Robinson at the George Edgecomb Courthouse in Tampa can be seen. The trial was the first in Hillsborough County since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Potential jurors were socially distanced and wore protective face coverings.
  3. Robert Aaron Long enters Superior Court of Cherokee County in Canton, Ga. on Tuesday. Long, accused of killing eight people, most of them women of Asian descent at an Atlanta-area massage businesses pleaded guilty to four of the murders and was handed four sentences of life without parole.
  4. Keondre Fields, 23, left, and Donterio Fowler, 26, were booked into the Pinellas County jail Monday on charges of first-degree murder.
  5. U.S. Capitol Police watch the perimeter of the building Tuesday as Democratic lawmakers prepare to launch their investigation into the Jan. 6 insurrection. They're beginning with a focus on the law enforcement officers who were attacked and beaten.
  6. Latonya Crowley of Paltka, mother of Warren Williams, said her family still fears white supremacists will return for revenge after the FBI headed off a murder plot against her son.
  7. This undated booking photo released by the Fort Bend County Jail in Texas shows Terry McKirchy. McKirchy is charged with murder stemming from a decades-old shaken baby case. McKirchy pleaded no contest in 1985 to attempted murder for shaking 5-month-old Benjamin Dowling so severely that he suffered permanent brain damage. When Dowling died in 2019 at age 35, the medical examiner said it was because of the injuries he suffered as a baby.
  8. An initial news release said only that Elizabeth Rodriguez Ortiz, 19, of Ruskin, had driven into the path of oncoming traffic and was fatally injured. Now, state troopers say she was struck by two men racing.
  9. Hernando County deputies responded to a shooting Monday morning at the BioSpine Institute, 7101 Mariner Boulevard in Brooksville.
  10. Joseph Smith talks with his public defenders, Adam Tebrugge, left, and Steven Schaefer, right, during his earing at the Sarasota County Judicial Center in Sarasota, Monday, Feb. 13, 2006. Smith, who was convicted of abducting, raping and killing 11-year-old Carlie Brucia as she walked to her Sarasota home in 2004 died in prison on Monday, the Florida Attorney General's Office said.
  11. Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan announced his retirement during a press conference at police headquarters. Chief Dugan’s retirement will be effective in early September at which time, Assistant Police Chief Ruben Delgado will take over in the interim until a new chief can be found, Mayor Jane Castor announced. Chief Dugan cited several factors for ending his time on the force, including the ongoing pandemic which he said continued to worry him. “It’s just time,” he said. Monday, July 26, 2021 in Tampa.
  12. Tyler McFarlane, 24, escaped from a prion work camp in Tarpon Springs, deputies said. He was serving nine years for burglary charges.
  13. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
  14. Members of the Pasco County Fire Rescue responded Sunday to a home that was damaged when a car crashed into it. The home is in the 7700 block of Jasmine Boulevard in New Port Richey.
  15. The children are helping hold the family together, relatives say, after the slaying of Alisha Windfield, back right, shown here during a family outing with them and husband Ryan Capel, back left.
  16. Curtis James, 43, of Tampa, is accused of shooting and killing another man at a Town 'N Country intersection.
  17. Ronnie Oneal III reacts to Daisatta Barron's remarks during the sentencing for the murder of her sister and niece at George E. Edgecomb Courthouse in Tampa on Friday.
  18. Mayor Jane Castor, left, and City Council chairman Orlando Gudes, right, sign a new Citizen Review Board ordinance in the mayor's conference room on Thursday.
  19. At his sentencing hearing Friday, Ronnie Oneal III listens to testimony from Daisatta Barron, the sister of his girlfriend Kenyatta Barron. Oneal murdered Kenyatta Barron and the daughter they had together.
  20. Lidia Lara Tobon, center, whose brother Angel Gabriel Tobon disappeared, works with other relatives of the disappeared from the Solecito Collective in March 2019 in a search for clandestine graves at a municipal dump.
  21. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd announces charges against 32 suspects after a 16-month drug trafficking investigation in the Lake Wales area.
  22. A Florida man forced another driver out of his vehicle at gunpoint and threatened to kill him, because he was angry about a possible hit-and-run crash, police said.
  23. A Polk County deputy fatally shot a 37-year-old Davenport man who charged at the deputy with a knife, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday.
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