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Arnold Perry, 63, was driving a 2005 Honda Pilot on Rowlett Park Drive, just north of Sligh Avenue, when he struck an 18-year-old woman late Thursday night and left the scene, according to the Tampa Police Department.
Officers located the vehicle and, on its hood, they found a Bluetooth earbud that belonged to the pedestrian who was struck, according to Tampa police.
Police say Austin Lewis, 17, and Kristopher Trenker, 19, were going up to 120 mph on Tampa roads when one of the drivers crashed.
The woman has been arrested after thousands of calls in which she harasses, swears at and belittles the people who answer the phone, police said.
A man who took his winnings in cash was followed to his hotel in the early hours of June 14.

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  1. Arnold Perry, 63, was driving a 2005 Honda Pilot on Rowlett Park Drive, just north of Sligh Avenue, when he struck an 18-year-old woman late Thursday night and left the scene, according to the Tampa Police Department.
  2. Austin Lewis, 17, and Kristopher Trenker, 19, were arrested Wednesday on charges related to a crash that occurred July 24. Tampa police said the two were participating in an illegal street race when Lewis crashed his vehicle, killing a 16-year-old passenger.
  3. Police arrested a woman they said called the agency's emergency call center more than 11,000 times this year.
  4. A gambler who openly celebrated winning $53,000 at the Seminole Hard Rock in Tampa, shown in this 2021 photo, was followed back to his hotel and robbed, according to a search warrant application.
  5. Hillsborough Sheriff Chad Chronister, left, and Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren have worked toward criminal justice reform, supported each other's campaigns and called each other friends, but Chronister said he has long had concerns about Warren's philosophy and prosecutorial decisions, which the sheriff said prompted him to support Gov. Ron DeSantis' decision to remove Warren from office.
  6. Law enforcement officials search the Uhuru House at 1245 18th Ave S. on July 29 in St. Petersburg.
  7. The area near Center and Smith roads was closed for hours during a standoff Thursday in Clinton County, Ohio, after an armed man tried to breach the FBI's Cincinnati office and fled north on the highway. The man, who has not been identified, was shot after he raised a gun toward police at around 3 p.m., said Lt. Nathan Dennis, a patrol spokesperson. He has died.
  8. Ashley Richards, 32, was arrested Wednesday and faces a child abuse charge, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. Deputies say the preschool teacher repeatedly punched a 4-year-old child in the head while on a playground at the facility.
  9. Violent insurrectionists loyal to President Donald Trump, storm the Capitol, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington.
  10. Ron DeSantis announces the removal of Hillsborough County State Attorney Andrew Warren during a news conference at the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office administration building in Tampa.
  11. Courtney Clenney, the OnlyFans and Instagram model who fatally stabbed her boyfriend to death in Miami in April, has been arrested on a murder charge.
  12. Demon Speed, 29, was arrested by U.S. Marshals on Tuesday on an out-of-county warrant. He is charged with first-degree murder in the death of a man killed at the IQ Apartments in Tampa in late July.
  13. Miami Police Officer Paul Schippereit was permanently disabled after being struck by a car during a robbery call in 1984. He died at 66 on July 4 and now friends and family want his death classified as in the line of duty.
  14. Bryan Cranston speaks to the media at the Tampa Theatre before a private screening of "The Infiltrator" in 2016.
  15. In this 1955 file photo, Carolyn Bryant Donham poses for a photo. A grand jury in Mississippi has declined to indict Donham, whose accusation set off the lynching of Black teenager Emmett Till nearly 70 years ago, despite revelations about an unserved arrest warrant and a newly revealed memoir by the woman, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
  16. Three people are dead following a shooting and hostage situation at Narcotics Anonymous meeting in Florida, police said.
  17. Leonard Manuel Lopez De La Torre, 51, was arrested on Monday on a battery charge. Police say he grabbed a woman's breast during a massage.
  18. Timothy Longworth, 42, of Tampa, was arrested late Monday on a charge of armed robbery.
  19. Two Pinellas-Pasco Circuit judges and a Pinellas County judge are facing challengers in the Aug. 23 primary. Additionally, three attorneys are vying for an open seat on the bench in county court.
  20. Susan Lopez, left, the newly appointed State Attorney for Hillsborough County, speaks during a news conference with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, second from right, and Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, right, Thursday in Tampa. Lopez announced Monday that she was rolling back some of predecessor Andrew Warren's policies.
  21. This photo combo shows, from left to right, Travis McMichael and Gregory McMichael during their trial at at the Glynn County Courthouse in Brunswick, Ga. Months after they were sentenced to life in prison for murder,The white father and son convicted of murder in Ahmaud Arbery’s fatal shooting after they chased him through a Georgia neighborhood were sentenced Monday to life in prison for committing a federal hate crime.
  22. Matthew Terry's booking photo after he was arrested in the murder of Hillsborough teacher Kay Baker. The state will seek the death penalty against him.
  23. Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office deputies said this man robbed a Carrollwood area bank, then rode off on this motorized mini-bike.
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