Teresa Kondek's doorbell rang, jolting her awake. She peered outside and saw police lights flooding her street. It was 3:11 a.m.
She thought of her husband, a Tarpon Springs police officer. He was working the midnight shift and wouldn't be home for another four hours. Teresa called him. When he didn't pick up, she opened the front door.
A sergeant she recognized stood outside. Teresa remembered her husband's words: "If a Tarpon uniform ever comes here, I won't be home."
A single gunshot ended officer Charles Kondek's life on Dec. 21, 2014.
The weapon: a black .40-caliber Glock, serial number 1ENK082US.
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