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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 17 VOL. 66 NO. 65 TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Police Find Missing Child With Babysitter SEE PAGE 3 Progress Villager Says 'Damage Tremendous' SEE PAGE 3 ; ----- Victim Critically Injured, Boyfriend Arrested SEE PAGE 17 BOB BUCKHORN TAKES OATH OF OFFICE AS MAYOR Robert (Bob) Buckhorn, Jr. took the Oath of Office on Friday April1, 2011 as the new mayor of Tampa. Mayor Buckhorn and 7 City Council Members participated in the Oath of Office Ceremony which was held at the Tampa Convention Center. Mayor Buckhorn is shown with his wife, Dr. Cathy Lynch Buckhorn and 2 daughters, Colleen and Grace. On the right is Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, Pastor of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, who gave the benediction. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre)

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features 11') ..J a: a.. 0 (/) Familv savs Police Arrested Wrong Man In Drug Sale w ::l 1-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The family of a Tampa man accused of selling drugs to an undercover officer denies he is the suspect shown in the pho tograph However, after look ing at the incriminating photograph of the alleged sus pect, the family believes police have arrested the wrong man. Andre Mutcherson, spokesperson for the family, said police came to the home of Ms. Dorothy Burden on Oc tober 31, and said they came to arrest 28-year-old John Michael Burden. "I asked them what it was about and they said he had sold drugs to an undercover of ficer three weeks before. The officer said they had a photo-graph of him," Mutcherson 0 said. a: The officers located Burden at his job and took him z into custody. Mutcherson further stated that he explained to the officers that 0 Burden was taking medicafa tion for Schizophrenia, but the ::l officers told him the jail would 1-provide the medication. However, once Burden w JOHN MICHAEL BURDEN ... Arrested for selling drugs to police These photographs of the suspect who allegedly sold drugs to the undercover officer were mailed to the family. reached the jail, he was report edly told that the jail didn't have the type of medication he required Jail records show Burden bonded out of jail two days later. Mutcherson said two photographs were mailed to the family several weeks ago and once they received the photographs, they felt the ar rest was of the wrong person. "The picture they showe d us does not look anything like him. We keep telling them that it's not him in the photograph, but the (State) won't drop it. We have to go to court again on April 19th and April 25th," Mutcherson stated Meanwhile, since his ar rest, Burden has not returned to his job as a janitor. "He quit his job because he is ashamed and he feels people are laugh ing at him. That job kept his mind occupied, and it kept him busy and the people allowed him to work. "It's really hard to keep him in the right frame of mind. We thought this would all be over by now, but it's not," Mutcherson stated. The family said Burden was diagnosed as being Schizo phrenic as a teenager and has been on medication since that time. > ------------------------------------------------------------w 0 w :I: (/) :::i Ill ::l a.. The Head Start Program z i= w ..J ..J ::l Ill ..J w z i= z w (/) 0 a: 0 ..J LL is now enrolling new applicants into their child care program! In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities /ld, this agency does not discriminate based on disability. You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Receive public assistance (SSI, TANF or Subsidized Child care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic impairment, developmentally delayed, speech/language, or any other impairment affecting the child's ability to learn Additionally for Head Start: Have a child who wifl be 3 years old before September 1, 2011 Additionally for Early Start: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally for Expectant Parent Program: Are in your 1st/2nd pregnancy trimester and due in May, June or July HILLSBOROUGH COUN1Y 80tVuJ o1 Otuutlf Fifth Third Bank 'eBus' Comes .To Tampa Bav Beginning on Wednesday, April 6, the Fifth Third Bank will begin making stops in the Tampa Bay Area. The bank's "eBus," is a 40-foot mobile classroom on wheels. It will provid e access to comprehensive financial serv ices information. The handicap accessible eBus will provide services in English and Span ish Curtis Stokes, Vice President and Director of Commu nity Affairs for Fifth Third Bank of Tampa Bay said, "The Fifth Third eBus is our commitment to strengthen the communities we serve by providing access to financial services and products that will help people in under served areas to fulfill their dreams "We've found that the eBus makes the banking and home buying process less intimidat ing, and we hope it will put homeownership on the horizon for many Tampa Bay residents." Residents can benefit from one-on-one credit and financial management counseling ses sions; free credit reports; loss mitigation one-on-one sessions; basic checking and savings ac counts information; consumer and business loans, employ ment; and other services. The "ebus" will travel through the area from April 6 to April 16. The locations are as follows: Wednesday, April6, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., St. Pete Neigh borhood Housing, 1600 Dr. MLK Jr. St S., St. Petersburg Thursday, April 7, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Clearwater Neighborhood Housing, 6o8 N. Garden Ave., Clearwater Friday, April 8, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Everest University, 3319 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa Saturday, April 9, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Solita s House, 1475 Tampa Park Plaza, Tampa Tuesday, April 12, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Polk Works, 309 N. Ingham, Lakeland Wednesday, April13, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Dress For Suc cess, 4902 N. 22ndAve., Tampa Thursday, April 14, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., DACCO, 4422 E. Columbus Drive, Tampa Friday, April15, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tampa Downtown Market, Downtown Tampa Saturday, April 16, 10 a.m., to 4 p.m., Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, 3402 N. 22nd Street, Tampa. During its tenure, over the last six years, the "eBus" has visited over 125 cities and 12 states located in Fifth Third's footprint. FREE Professional Service Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Call Michelle B. Patty local: 813 Toll Free 1 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B. Inc.

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Features Progress Village Resident savs Damage 1s Tremendous HILRIE KEMP, JR. President Emeritus of the Progress Village Civic Council BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Hilrie Kemp, Jr., Presi dent Emeritus of the Progress Village Civic Council said the storms that roared through their community on Thursday left tremendous damage. How ever, he is thankful that through it all, no injuries have been reported and there was no loss of life. The storms ripped trees from the ground, tore roofs from home, created localized flooding, and left some homes uninhabitable. "Many of these homes were hit pretty hard. I have heard that one lady got into the bath tub to protect herself as part of her roof was taken off. Another lady had just moved when her roof collapsed. But, there have been a lot of people coming out to help us and we are grateful. "The Cal dwells had left home going out of town to an event. Half of their roof col lapsed and the other part was torn off. We are blessed, we are really blessed." Kemp further stated that as soon as the storms subsided help began pouring into the community. Organizations, the AmeriCa,n Red Cross; the Salva tion Army, the Emergency OpCenter, Rebuilding Toget .her Tampa Bay, Friends of Farrahkan, and numerous others rushed in to provide assistance. Two churches, St. James A M. K Church; 5202 86th Street, South and the Seventh Day-Adventist Church, 7909 Flower Avenue, served as dis tribution sites providing food, LES MILLER, JR. County Commissioner water, and other supplies to the residents. Kemp said the homes of the Caldwells, the Pittmans, the Colliers, the Shulers, and many more suffered severe damage. However, he stated that the community is in the process of coming together to make deci sions about the damage. He stated that they are in limbo waiting to see what help is available. Hillsborough County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., visited the area on Thursday. He stated that the Emergency Management Committee of Hillsborough County met with all three Mayors of Hillsbor ough County and the County Commissioners on Monday. The purpose ofthe meeting was to have the area declared a local disaster area and obtain funding from the state and from the Department of Hous ing and Urban Development. "It was unbelievable the way neighbors were coming out helping neighbors. There were just so many different organi zations out there doing what they could to help. "When I walked up to peo ple, the first thing I asked was did they have homeowners in surance and the answer was 'no' in a lot of cases. If we can get this area declared as a local disaster, then we can start re modeling or rebuilding these homes." Commissioner Miller donations can be made payable to the Hillsborough Board of County Commissioners and the words Progress Village Relief should be printed on the memo line. (see photos on page to) Residential Yard Waste And Debris Clean Up Residents cleaning up after the storms are advised to contact the Hillsborough County Solid Waste at (813) 272-5680 with re moval concerns . Residents should bring a current property tax bill the Solid Waste Disposal Assessment. There is no size or weight limit on materials delivered to these facilities. The hours are Monday through Saturday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The locations are: Northwest County, 8001 W. Linebaugh Avenue, (813) 264-3816; Falkenburg/ Resource Recovery (813) 744-5599; or South County, 13000 S. U. S. Highway 41, Gibsonton, (813) 671-7611 . -1 c m en Police Find 4-Year-Oid With Babvsiner The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office located a 4-reported missing early Monday. The child had been missing since shortly after 8 a.m. He was located safely just before 1 p.m. According to police, Ms. Sasha Earnest, contacted police shortly after 8:30a.m., Monday and reported that her son, Jaiden Henry, was missing. Ms. Earnest told police that she had gone t;> take a shower and when she finished she discovered the front door open and the child missing. Police responded to The Landings Apartment Com plex, 6904 St. Johns River Drive, (across from King High School), and began searching for the child. Ms. Debbie Carter, spokesperson forthe Sheriffs Office said the deputies went door-to-door in the apartment complex. After hot lo cating the child, they also included the K-9 Units, avia tion, and the dive team in the search for the missing child. Ms. Carter said the babysitter had come and taken the child, but had not informed the mother. little Jaiden Henry is shown on the shoulder of his mother, Ms. Sasha Earnest, after detectives located him with his babysitter at a local grocery store. (Photography by BRUNSON). 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Editorials/Columns II) ...1 a: D.. < < c en w :::;, .... c a: u. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193Q-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.GO-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Good-Bve And Hello To Tampa's leaders T he truth is undeniable. Outgoing Mayor Pam Iorio < has left a definitive impact on the politics, arts and the persona of the City of Tampa. In ways best understood a by people who make a living out of watching politicians, en Mayor Iorio -long striding and cheek-kissing -will be W missed. Will she get a statue like former Mayor Greco or sevij: eral bus seats with her name on them, like former Mayor W Nick Nuccio? Only time will tell how history treats our > second female mayor. W Meanwhile, a young man who is not so young anymore has taken reins of a city he loves and has served for :::r:::: decades. Mayor Bob Buckhorn eagerly accepted the reins en handed to him by Pam Iorio. Along with those reins comes Iorio's focus on the East Tampa community and on :::;, crime reduction in that area. D.. East Tampa residents and neighborhood leaders beZ lieve long needed progress has been made in their comtij munities thanks to the concerns of the mayor many ...1 referred to as "Pamelot." Now, Pamelot and her no-nonS sense way of governing is part of history. m We congratulate Mayor Buckhorn for the ethical man...1 ner in which he ran his campaign and for his commitment to bring diversity and inclusiveness to his administration. i= We thank him for. his plan to bring both blue-collar and Z professional jobs to our city. Therefore, with an outstretched hand of friendship < and assistance, we are as we have always been: the voice C of the Black Community willing to work for the bettera: ment of the City of Tampa. 0 ...1 u. When Will Voters Sav Enough Alreadvil T spirit of Abraham Lincoln would not be happy with Florida's Republican leaders who seemingly are once more taking their constituents (you and us) as fools. After voters overwhelmingly approved amending the state's constitution to prevent politicians from drawing congressional and legislative district lines favoring political parties or incumbents, GOPers are currently trying to convince the United States Justice Department such an amendment might undermine minority voting power. Perhaps, the fox who guarded the chicken house should consult Tallahassee Republicans on this one. Reportedly, both Florida's Legislative Senate Leader Mike Haridopolos, and the House Leader Dean Cannon resubmitted the preclearance application, which had previously been withdrawn by Governor Rick Scott. Using language straight from George Orwell's novel1984, both leaders attempted to indicate that minority voting rights would be derailed if Florida legislators weren't allowed to "1:1' draw "oddly shaped districts," which included as many w Blacks and Hispanics as possible CJ But here's what they didn't tell you. Such resumption if of oddly shaped districts would not only benefit minori-Citv Election: A lesson For Democrats I n the last City of Tampa election, eight positions were up for grabs. Those posi tions were for the mayor and all seven City Council seats. Democrats ran for every position. When the election was over, eight Democrats had been elected to the eight open seats. During that election, the Democrats selected some very good and qualified candidates. They all ran well organized campaigns, they were attuned to the issues of the day in Tampa, and they had a mes sage that was clear-cut and consistent. Most importantly, they were able to get their support ers to turn out and vote in re spectable numbers. Democrats r.an campaigns that were win ning election efforts. Those campaigns should be a lesson to the Democratic Party and to Black people. Consider this strange dilemma in Florida. The De mocrats have more registered voters in Florida than Repub licans. Yet, Republicans domi nate both the House and the Senate of the State Legislature. They can pass any bill they want without a single vote from a Democrat. The governor's mansion is occupied by a Republican and all the state cabinet members are Republicans. What is wrong with that pic ture? It tells me that either Democrats aren't picking good candidates or the Democratic Clara Brown 11800 -18851: Colorado Pioneer Businesswoman And Philanthropist March was National Women s History Month, a time to ac knowledge and celebrate the contributions of women to the history of America. The state of Colorado chose to celebrate and showcase a Black woman, Clara Brown, who was the first Blackwoman to arrive in Colorado during the gold rush. Affectionately known as "Aunt Clara," Clara Brown was widely respected and known throughout the Mid west. Born a slave in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, Clara Brown was separated from her family at a young age when they were all sold on an auc tion block. Brown and her mother were sold to a farmer to work primarily in the fieldS. When her slave owner's family moved to Logan County, Ken tucky, Brown and her mother accompanied them. There, she worked 20 years for another slave owner, Ambrose Smith, raising his children. During that time, Brown married and bore four of her oWii children. In 1835, Clara, her hus band and children were separated when her slave owner sold her at an auction to George Brown. From that day on, Clara was determined to be reunited with her family. Upon the death of George Brown in 1857, Brown gained her freedom and launched a search for her family. When she heard that one of her daughters was taken West ward, Brown joined a wagon train headed to Denver, Col orado. Hired as a cook in ex change for free transportation of her wash pots, Brown walked most of the 700 miles from Kentucky to the Colorado Territory gold fields near Den. ver. There, she set up a laundry business, washing gold miners' clothes for 50 cents apiece Sifting gold dust frorp the min ers' clothes while cleaning them, Brown saved enough money to invest in the gold mines and to buy land in the area. Deeply religious, Brown helped organize the first Sun day school in 1859 for what would become one of the old est churcheS James Methodist Church) in Col orado. In fact, Brown hosted ties, it would resoundingly benefit Party isn't doing a good job of getting their registered voters to the voting booth. Maybe the Democratic Party ought to call in the Tampa Eight led by Mayor Bob Buckhorn, and get some tips from them on how to run a successful campaign This is important because the 2012 elections are right around the corner and Democ rats need a good recovery. State and federal Democ rats could use the lesson taught by the Tampa Eight. These Democrats were able to propel themselves to elected office at a time when Republi cans are winning about every thing in sight. Democrats need to fine tune themselves a good mes sage and stick to it. Democrats must not fail to go on the of fense and not the defense when their Party or record is attacked. Democrats can win. The "Tampa Eight" clearly demon strated that and they won without dissing President Barack Obama or care. church services in her home until the church was built in 1867. Known as a "kind-hearted" and generous woman", Brown became widely re spected, saving more than $1o,ooo, which she used to help people by providing food, shelter and nursing care. A champion of education, BroWn also provided finan cial to women who attended Oberlin College. Brown used her money to locate and free 34 slaves and freed slaves, including some of her relatives, for whom she paid to relocate to Denver. Many Black wagon trains from the South were encour aged and sponsored by Clara Brown. In 1876, Gov. erick Pitkin appointed Brown to serve as Colorado's official representative to help relocate Kansas' "exodusters" to Colorado. By 1877, Clara learned that her husband and three of her children were dead. After hir ing Pinkerton detectives to search for her surviving daughter, Eliza Jane, Clara was finally reunited with her daughter and a granddaughter found living in Iowa in 1884. Just before her death in 1885, Brown was inducted into the Society of Colorado Pioneers. Buried with honors by State of Colorado dignitaries, Brown was memorialized by a bronze plaque in the St James Methodist Church and a chair at the Denver Opera House. In 1989, Brown was in ducted into the Colorado Woman's Hall of Fame. Now, may she also find a place in our hearts and memories. Haram bee! With the Republican "anti-voter" mentality, which seenis to have targeted everything and everybody except the kitchen sink, the attempt to scuttle the voter approved amend.ment is another example of "Republicans-Gone-Wild" in Tallahassee. What's worse is the growing feeling that Conservatives can do no wrong because somehow, they have stolen and redefined the word.

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All About You Haoov Binhdav SHARON HEYWARD Apri12 One beautiful and special young lady, Ms. Sharon Heyward, we would like to give a birthday shout out to our daughter From, her mother, Rochelle and father, Shannon Heyward. Sharon is a bright and intelligent young lady. She graduated from Robinson High School and went on to go to HCC. Her major is Criminology. Sharon will be graduating 1 year early from her major with a 3.0 GP A. Keep up the great work Sharon, we love you. Happy 21st birthday arid may God bless you with many more. Haoov Belated Binhdav Happy belated birthday. We love and miss you very much! Happv Binhdav WIKAndOTIS Happy birthday to my wife. I love you and only you catch my heart, Pookey Face. Love, O.D.B. MR. And MRS. MARVIN (MARY PATRICIA) BOWERS Congratulations on your recent marriage on March 4, 2011. What God has joined together, let no man put asunder. 3) 248-1921 MIMI, YATTA, TANK, NAJEH And POOH Look Who's Turning #BOil HIPPV Birlhdav, Mommv MS.TRINA Almost 2f'years ago, God blessed me with the most beautiful and strong woman I know. Keep doing you. mom. Me and granny are proud. I love you lots. Love, your daughter . Mama Stank's Mom, Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend Happy birthday, Mom. From, your 9nly sqn. MamaStahk

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Local N Lt) ..J a: a.. .... Historic Tour Is Prize For Essav Contest Winners BY IRJS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A local aviation enthusiast wants youngsters to both ap preciate the field, as well as its history. To reach this goal, she is sponsoring an essay contest for youngsters be tween the ages of 9 and 14. The prize is an all-expense paid trip to visit historic roca tions for two winners. Ms. Jackie Beiro, an avid aviator, is sponsoring the contest. She said, "It's im portant that our younger gen eration is exposed to this history and these hallowed grounds." The contestants are in vited to submit a one-page, double-spaced essay. The subject is "Lessons We Should Learn From The Tuskegee Airmen," and two winners will be selected from the best entries. The deadline to submit an entry must be postmarked by Apri127, 2011. The winners will be an-MS. JACKIE BEIRO ... Sponsoring Contest nounced on May 11, 2011. Those two youngsters, along with a parent or legal guardian, will receive an all expenses paid trip to Tuskegee, Alabama. The trip will include a visit to Moton Field, where the story of the Tuskegee Airmen began. They will also visit the home of Booker T. Washington, known as "The Oaks," the George Carver Museum, Tuskegee Airmen Museum, and meet some of the remaining Tuskegee Airmen. The trip will coincide with the 44th Annual Air Fest The trip will leave Tampa on Fri day, May 2ih and return on Sunday, May 29th. She further said that 1,000 children will be chosen to ride in an air plane. "This is not just Black His tory, it is American History. At least 6 Tuskegee Airmen have passed away in the last 30 days. However, even after the last Airman is gone, their stories of how they found lib erty in the skies must go on. They need to know that their sacrifices will not be forgot ten," Ms. Beiro said. Ms. Beiro began to pur-: sue her love of flying in 1987. She is also a licensed pilot and a Travel Agent. For additional informa tion contact Ms. Beiro at (813) 412-6256 or jdbeiro@gmail.com. Tampa Woman Killed In Accident Hope Bridget WebbJohnson was a passenger in a car driven by her husband, Arthur, early Monday morn ing. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Johnson's car was traveling west on Hillsborough Avenue when it ran a red light and turned into the path of a Ford pickup truck. Mrs. Webb-Johnson, 49, was pronounced dead at the scene, and her husband was hospitalized with minor injuries The pickup truck driver, Richard Comstock; 45, and his 18-year-old passenger were not injured. A son of the couple, Howard Webb, said his mother was a Tampa native, mother of four children, grandmother of six, and has four siblings. "She was a people person and enjoyed being a mentor to everyone," said Howard Webb. "She was very well known in the West Tampa and Carver City She really enjoyed driving and All About You HOPE WEBB-JOHNSON shopping, but spent almost all of her time with her grand children." Webb said they were on their way to drop off Mr. Johnson to work when the accident occurred. The family has asked Har mon's Funeral Home to help them with services, but are still in need of financial help. Please confact Harmon's Funeral Home at (813) 62686oo, or Howard Webb at (941) 301-6672. Crime Watch Meeting The Green Ridge and De laney Creek Estates Crime Watch Meeting will be held Tuesday, Aprils, 2011, 6:30 p. m.-7:30 p. m. at Winston Park, 7605 Destin Dr. (33619). The coordinator is Mrs. Ola Lott, (813) 626-4831. '-

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Our Service Men & Women Five Graduate From Basic Training Atlackland A. F. I. R ecentl y five individu als with ties to the Tamp a Bay Area com pleted their requ i rements and graduated from basic military training. Their graduation cere mony took place at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Each graduate completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, physical fitness, and basic warfare princi ples and skills Additionally, each graduate earns four credits toward an Associate s Degree in Applied Science through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman AngelL. Andino is the son of Erida DeJesus; of Tampa, and Angel Andino, of Philadelphia, P A. He graduated from Freedom High School in 2010. Airman Mark M. Martinez is the son of Catherine Martinez, of Tampa, and a 2009 graduate of Matanzas High School in Palm Coast, FL. Airman Daniel J. Matthews is the son of Howard and Pamela Matthews, of Tampa and a 2007 graduate of Gaither High School. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Aisha L. Pabon is AIRMAN ANGEL ANDINO AIRMAN DANIEL MAITH;EWS the daughter of Limary Gonzalez, of Tampa, and a 2010 graduate of Tampa Bay Techni cal High School. Airman Kayla A. Rollock is the daughter of Kenneth Rollock, of Lutz, and the niece of Debra Rollock, of Tampa. She is a 2009 graduate of Whar ton High School. AIRMAN KAYLA ROLLOCK Armv Sergeant Graduates From lntantrv Training -Army Sgt. Jose M. Carvajal graduated from basic infantry training during a ceremony that took place at Fort Benning, in Columbus, GA. He is the son of Ana Serrato, of Tampa and a 2001 graduate of Howard W. Blake High --VWHEN liS A IPIUIBLIIC NOTIICE NOT IP.BLIICP -Don't let Flor-idu A officials ren--.ove your .11J ?A right to knovv fron--. -the newspaper-_ leglsi.Uon Sf-B 72p4 and HB 89 wouid remove your right to read public notices In newspapers -restricting them to only. The public's right to know cannot be abandoned In favor of presumed cost savings. which are elusive. 53..696 of Floridian's ov.r 65 do not h-ac;c.ssw the Internet* 28.1 96 of Afria.n-AmeriCIIns l n Flor1da do not have access to the lntlemet* 34.696 of Hispanics In Flor1da do not have access to the Internet* In addition 1;0 printed newspapers. Flolicla's newspaper$ provide a supplemental public notice -b site, www.flortdapubllcnotJc.-.c:om, allowing free and unlimited acc:ess 1;0 public notices aggregatwd from Flortdll newspapers ........... .. __ 111-llillia ... a I I 1111-111 ........ ....... _.......... . Making government of'lktals for notifying the public on their own w.bs1tes carries with It potential for abuse. For -mple, It may create the temptation w change or maritpulate timing Of public notiON. If a sc:hedu'-1 public notice Js not published or Contains false Information, the newspaper Is rnoN lltc.fy to -catch the mistake. .-c...._._ .. _, ................. ce......... The lntet'net does not provide as_ reliable an archival history of public nottces as due to Its vulnerability In the form of hackers. viruses. .and downed .............. ....................................... end ............ .. rnc ....... .._. ................... ,...-.u Sta\le and IOatl governments, attorneys and private cttl%ens rely on documentation to ensure that these notices_,. published timely arid lawfully,-as newspapers.,. required by laww do. .,.,.., ,.. __...LORIDA UBLlC NOTiCES W tuDAP'UDLICNOTIC:I:.,c:;OM Local Prom Season Brings About PartnershiP With Students And AAA BYTAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer AAA Auto Club South is part nering with local high school students to launch an anti drinking and driving campaign, just in time for prom season word to their peers. AAA spokesperson Jessica Brady says so far, The students at Hillsborough High have got us in front of representatives from all 40 high schools in the area. There were approximately too students at those presentations and about 95 made the prom ise." Most recently, the group vis ited Blake High and had great success there as well. "We spoke to 125 seniors/' Brady says. iMore than 100 students made the pledge that day! Other school visits are planned for later this month. AAA PROMise is a program -that supports parents, teens and law enforcement in working to ensure teens get home safely on prom night. Statistics show a program like this is needed, be cause according to the National Highway Tratfic Safety Adminis tration, more than one-third of you t h under age 21 were killed in alcohol-related accidents dur ing prom season 2009. The AAA campaign encour. ages young drivers and their parents in Hillsborough, Pinel las and Pasco counties to keep the lines of communication open regarding the dangers of not only drinking, but driving drunk. The program also offers an added benefit to parents. If a teen does driQk on prom night z and calls their parentS for a ride, ,. Brady says, ;AAA wiil tow the C: vehicle home for free and the parent does not have to be en member of AAA for this to ffi apply. C Teens with Hillsborough High School's Student Government Association are workinK exclusively with AAA to spread the The program ends May 31st and could expand to other m school districts across the region if it's a s'uccess. -t c: < z c .,_ :!! c Men 0 f Integ r i kin x c e lle n -ee, Act 3:6 But Peter said, and. gold n o have; but what I do have, that I give to in [th e us e of] the name of Jesus Christ __ WELL ._ ; I EMPOWERMENT CENTER . MEN OF .DESTINY 2ND ANNUAL MEN'S CONFERENCE DATE: APRil6-10, 2 ,01 7:30 NIGHtlY .: .;

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Storms Take Toil Storms leave Heavv Damage In Progress Village, Throughout Countv On Thursday, a series of dangerous thunderstorms left heavy damage throughout Hillsborough County. Progress Village was one of the communities who suffered severe damage. Nearly 90,000 people lost electricity during the storms that dumped more than 3 inches of rain, which caused localized flooding, downed trees, downed electric wires, and damage to homes in several communities. In East Tampa, residents had to contend with rising waters, power outages, and fallen trees Police closed several intersections due to downed power lines or flood ing that covered entire intersections. (Photographs by Cherylene Levy and Maurice Kemp). The entrance into the Brandywine Apartment Complex was underwater during the storms. The water was reaching the knees of this unidentified man. Resident Mr. Pittman, left, County sioner Les Miller, Jr., center, and Jose Garcia, of Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay, gathered to discuss the widespread damage. The powerful winds lodged this trampoline in a tree across from the Progress Village Community Garden. The strong winds pulled this tree up by the roots in front of this dwelling on Endive Dr, Unit 1, in Progress Village. Fallen debris spilled into the road at the i,nter-'!( section of N. 4 Street and E. Hillsborough Av-This photograph shows some of the damaged a.; enue. sustained at the Saffore resident on 79th St. The home of Jessie and Luvenia Caldwell, 8005 Ash Ave., sustained heavy damage. An w:iidentified neighbor, Ms. Trina Caldwell, center, and Hilrie Kemp, Jr., are surveying the damage. The high winds toppled steeple on top of the Seventh Day Adventist Church on 78th St. The GOodSon home on Dahlia in Unif 1 sustained roof damage and a downed b-ee. --A fallen tree blocks the entrance to the home of Van Scott.

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"Nothing prepared me for the feeling of hope and joy I experienced when I learned all of Benjamin's organs had saved others," says Linda Bynam, who lost her son, Benjamin, when he was 16. The Bynum family found donation strengthened their faith. "My child did not die in vain," Linda says. "Everything has a purpose for the good." DO lATE LIFE Contact. Lifelink at 800-262-5775 for more information. I c: m en c > ., :::0 l en 1\) 0 .... .... "T1 r-0 :::0 c > en m z :::! z m r-m c: rr-m :::! z ., c: m r-en ::1: m c m < m :::0 .-< c: m en c > z c "T1 ::2 c

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Local N u; ..J 0: a. < c en w ::l 1-c a: LL c z < c en w ::l 1-rx: w > w c w :::z::: en ::::i m ::l a.. z tu ..J -..J. Investigation 01 HART CEO leads To Extended Suspension HART CEO David Armijo addressed the media after Monday's meeting. (Photo courtesy of Ishmon Johnson) BYTAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer The Board of Hillsborough Area Regional Transit placed its CEO, David Armijo on extended suspension after learning more about the allegations against him of wrongdoing. The information was made public during IIART's Board of Directors meeting Monday and was presented by the Labor and Employment law firm, Ford and Harrison, LLP. Lead Attorney Dawn Siler-Nixon presented the findings. She says the allegations range from violations of HART's P olicy and Procedures c. to'' or. bad' choices of how [Armijo l claimed travel or how [he took] certain money during leave." Tiie allegations cover 2008 to the present. However, no specifics were given. Siler-Nixon went on to say the firm has documentation to prove its findings and says the probe also reveals Armijo retaliated against employees who spoke out against his alleged missteps by firing them or stripping them of job duties. Armijo was at the meeting and spoke out publically. He says, he met with investi..: gators, but feels the "interview was incomplete [because] no documents were provided [to him or his attorney.]" He later spoke one-on-one with the media and went on to say the inves-. tigation, in his opinion, "has not qeen followed, even i tin
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Eddie Murphv Turns 50 And Premier teague lil wavne Kicks Drake Out 01 Wins Kids Choice Award Young Monev After Argument EDDIE MURPHY Eddie Murphy cele brated his birthda y Sunday, April 3, with famil y and hi s kids The so-y ear old star gra J ciously accepted his Kid' s Choice Award Saturday for fav orite v oice in his roles as Donkey in the animation movie Shrek Forever After. Murph y makes $20 mil lion a movie for his voice in Shrek. Willow And Jaden Smith, Take Over The Kids' Choice Awards Willow Smith and her brother, Jaden were just some of the many on the or ange carpet at Nickelodeon's 2011 Kids' Choice Award s at USC's Galen Center in Los Angeles on Saturday night. The pint-sized diva rocked the carpet with her brother before heading inside to per form "21st Century Girl" and Whip My Hair as her fa ther Will Smith looked on. Will.i.am was also in at tendance, opening the show with the Black Eyed Peas, who picked up the award for Favorite Music Group. Snoop Dogg arrived with his wife and daughter get ting slimed during his per formance, and Justin Timberlake was honored with The Big Help Award in recognition of his work as a and environ mentalist. Waka Flocka Makes Dream Come True For All Teen and decided that he had to meet her. When she arrived in At lanta, Waka on her hotel room door and sur prised the 16-year-old with a visit and a quick chat with the young fan. WAKAFLOCKA A.ndKIYANA W aka Flocka Flame made a teen's wish come true last week, when he surprised her during a Make-A-Wish Foundation trip to Atlanta Flocka found out that one of his top fans was in town 3608 N. 15th(Comer0flake) Also in attendance were Kiyana's mother Angela Lyles, step-dad Dennis Lyles, half-brother, Dentry Lyles and grandmother Carrie Juviter W aka also invited Kiyana to a concert in Geor gia and will continue to show all of his fans love. onday Saturday 9 A.M.-6 P.M. --------F ood Stamp Cards A c cepted ATM Machi n e On Premises statue Over Unpaid Rovalties LONDON Fulham un veiled a statue of Michael Jackson outside its stadium on Sunday, with team chairman Mohamed AI Fayed telling fans to support an other Premier League club if they don't like the idea AI Fayed, who was close friends with Jackson, danced with children after unveiling the statue of the "King of Pop" before Fulham's home match against Biackpool. The statue outside Craven Cottage has divided opinion, but AI Fayed launched a passionate defense of his move to commemorate his friendship with Jackson, who died in 2009. "Why is it bizarre?" he said. "Football fans love it. If some stupid fans don't un derstand and appreciate such a gift, they can go hell. Timbaland Wins convright lawsuit TIMBALAND Timbaland won a law suit that was filed against him for a sample used on Game's "Put You On. The Game" record when a Florida Court Of Appeals up held a previous ruling from a lower court. Saregama India Ltd. filed a suit against Timbaland, Game, Aftermath and Inter scope Records alleging Timbaland sampled the 1967 Bollywood song "Baghor Mein Bahar Hai" without permission. 1\) 0 .... .... LIL WAYNEAndBABY Just when y ou thought the new dynasty called Young Money was unbreakable, it seems their run is over be fore it reall y got started. After a concert in Univer sity, Penns y lvania, Drake was kicked out of Young Money after a heated argu ment with Lil Wayne and Baby. According to sources, ten sions have been fueling for the past 2 months over un paid royalties and Drake wanting to restructure his contract with Cash Money/Young Money. Drake who was not on the bill, but was apparently there to make a special ap pearance, to take the stage and all hell broke loose. According to sources, dur ing the argument, Drake screamed he was Young Money and if it wasn't for him, the label would have died while Wayne was locked down. Weezy apparently be-DRAKE "T1 r-0 J:J fJ) m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z came irate after the state ment and replied, "This the thanks I get... We don't fuc ing need Sources stated that a shov-ing match pursued before both securities stepped in en No word yet on how this will turn out because of the gJ paperwork, but we've seen m what happened with Young Buck as 50 Cent shelved him despite having hot mate--t rial proving sometimes its C: not about the inoney, but the rn principle. C )> z c

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..J a: c. 1-c a: LL. c z 1-> a: w > w c w en ::; m ::> Dominique Wilkins Anacked Bv Ex-Referee After Game DOMINIQUE RASHAN MICHEL Basketball Hall of Farner, NBA analyst and Vice President of the Atlanta Hawks, Dominique Wilkins got into a small altercation after a basketball game Wednesday night. After the Hawks beat the Magic, former NBA refer ee Rashan S. Michel allegedly punched Dominque because he owed him money for suits he made for the ex-All-star. Michel reportedly hit The Human Highlight Film in the chest and hit a security guard before he was arrested According to Michel's eye, and NBA .com's Sekou Smith, Wilkins got in three "solid punches during the brief fight, while his assailant landed none. Michel, however claimed that he approached Wilkins about the $13,000 that he owes him for the suits and a security guard grabbed him while Wilkins himself swung first. The 51-year-old is still adding to his highlight reel. Warren Moon Sees Racial Bias Regarding Cam Newton WAREN MOON And CAM NEWTON which Newton is being treated. C. Hall of Fame quarterback "A lot of the criticism he's receiving is unfortunate and racially based," Moon told Freeman. "I thought we were all past this. I don't see other quarterbacks in the draft being criticized by the media or fans about their smile or called a phony. He's being held to different standards from white quarterbacks. I thought we were past all this stuff about African American quarterbacks, but I guess we're not. Z Warre. n Moon has been tij advising former Auburn ..J quarterback Cam Newton 5 as he prepares to enter the m NFL. And Moon believes ..J that much of the intense scrutiny and criticism that i= Newton has experienced Z arises from racism. Mike Freeman spoke with -? April4 through April 9 or until full ,'1 B Open Enrollment: A April11 until full lJt jl,;j:_ REGISTER ONLINE: RECREATION www.tampagov.net/parksandrec o r P A R 1 M E 1 Heat being EddvCurrv For Plavonsil EDDY CURRY Former New York Knicks center Eddy Curry recently worked out for Heat president Pat Riley, causing speculation that the team might be interested in adding the big man before the playoffs. NBAProbing Jav-zs Visit To Kentuckv Locker Room JAY-Z NEW YORK--An NBA spokesman confirms that the league is investigating Jay-Z's presence in Kentucky's locker room after the Wildcats clinched a Final Four berth. The rapper visited the players after their victory over North Carolina on Sunday at the Prudential Center in Newark, N .J, home ofthe Nets. Jay-Z is a part-owner of the team and attended the Nets' 120-116 loss at New York on Wednesday. NBA rules prohibit team personnel from having con tact with players who are not yet draft eligible, and spokesman Tim Frank told the Associated Press the league is looking into it. Police Impound Allen Iverson's lamborghini The Atlanta Police impounded former NBA Allstar Allen Iverson's Lamborghini, after 'The Answer' was pulled over for expired tags. Iverson was riding shotgun in his silver 2009 Lambo when he was pulled over by police who noticed the vehicle had expired dealer's tags. Police gave Iverson a ticket and impounded the vehicle before the former NBA scoring champion slipped into a Rolls-Royce driven by his friends, that was tailing the sports car. As recently reported, Iverson's Denver mansion went into foreclosure earlier this month after Iverson stopped making the payments on the $3. 8 million home. Iverson was playing with Besiktas of the Turkish ALLEN IVERSON League after not being picked up by any NBA team as a free agent. He left the team midway through the season due to a calcium deposit discovered in his right leg. He is back in the United States reportedly awaiting surgery. Jalen Rose Pulled OHAir BV ESPN ESPN basketball analyst J alen Rose has been yanked off air by the network for failing to report to his employers about his recent DUI arrest in Michigan until three weeks after the incident. News recently broke that the 38-year-old former NBA player was arrested for DUI after flipping SUV. That incident actually happened on March n and Rose just recently informed his employers. As a result, ESPN is stripping Rose of his on-air duties until further notice. "Jalen has accepted full responsibility for his actions. Both parties are taking this very seriously, and as a result we've agreed that he will not be on our air while he addresses this situ-ation," says ESPN spokesperson Josh Krulewitz Rose, who recently jumped into the media spot light after a fuss was made over comments he stated about Duke players on the recently premiered Fab Five documentary,_ issued a statement apologizing for his actions earlier this week: "On March nth, I was dri ving to my home when I was involved in a single vehicle automobile accident. I vol untarily submitted to blood JALENROSE alcohol screening because I was confident it was safe for me to drive Although I was not feeling impaired, the results of these tests indicate that my blood alcohol level was above the legal limit. I regret the decision to drive home that evening and am grateful that no one was hurt in the accident. I apologize to my family, my employer and each and every one of my supporters for my lapse in judgment. I am particularly sorry for disappointing those who trust me to serve as a role model for young people. I accept full responsibility for my actions and look forward to a resolution of the legal matter as sooh as possible." Rose is scheduled to appear in court on April 20.

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c Hundreds Protest Gov. Rick Scon Outside Ravs Opening Game GOV. RICKSCOTI ST. PETERSBURG It w as n't just Ray s fans who flocked to Tropicana Field Friday for the Rays season opener against B a ltimore. The festivities of the game were interrupted by angry protests against Gov. Rick Scott that were organized via Facebook and Twitter in the weeks before the game "We got wind of this on the Internet," said Michelle Cairms of Clearwater, a state worker. Scott threw out the cere monial first pitch Fridat night at Tropicana Field in down town St Petersburg. Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter took advantage in advance, rous ing the public to demonstrate against some of Scott's more unpopular decisions in his first few months as the state's chief executive. They include plans for state spending cuts and turning down billions in federal rail funds. -Hundreds of protesters lined the main entrance to the Tropicana Field parking lots on both sides of the street. Throughout the after noon they chanted "Boo Rick Scott," which was the stated purpose of the Boo Rick Scott social media cal)lpaign by activists. Some ticketholders to the April 1 game even tried to bring in homemade signs to the stadium denouncing the governor People also chanted inside the stadium when the governor made the first pitch The common denomin a tor voiced by the protesters who seemed to have different reasons for coming --w a s plans by Scott to slash differ ent state programs. -Mark Feldman of Port Richey alleged that the gover:.. nor is a felon and is serving illegally, because of Scott's former ties to Columbia/RCA, which paid more than $6oo mill ion in fines for illegally billing Medicare. Scott was forced to resign as the company's CEO in 1997 during the feder al investigation. "He is not eligible to even be governor because he is a felon," Feldman claimed. "He has no right being in office." Feldman has been to pre vious Scott demonstrations and plans to go to future_ gatherings. As a result, be was not surprised by the of the group of protestors "This is exactly wha:t I thought it would be," Feldman said. "Every time I come out to one of these, it gets bigger and it will only continue to getbigger." Dennis Rodman savs He's Headed For Hall II Fame DENNIS RODMAN -AUBURN HILlS, Mich. -Dennis Rodman has been voted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. Rodman says be was informed Thursday to be in Houston for Monday's announcement before_ the championship game of the NCAA tournament. The five-time NBA champion and two-time defensive player of the year was honored Friday night by the Detroit Pistons, who retired his No. 10 jersey during halftime of their game against the Chicago Bulls. Rodman was among 12 finalists for the Hall of Fame this year along with players such as Jamaal Wilkes, Maurice Cheeks, Chris Mullin and Ralph Sampson. The induction ceremony is in August. Detroit selected Rodman in the second round of the 1986 draft of Southeastern Oklahoma. The of Trenton, N.J., also played for Chicago, San Antonio, the Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas. Shaq Is Back For CelticsBut OnlvBrienv SHAQUILLE O'NEAL BOSTON -Boston Celtics center Shaquille O'Neal limped off the court 5-1/2 minutes into his first game back in more than two months with a new injury that casts new doubt on his ability to help the team in the playoffs. After missing 27 games with a sore right leg O'Neal entered Sunday night's game against the Detroit Pistons with 4:43 left in the first quarter. He scored on Boston's first two possessions and again later before grabbing a seat for the final play of the quarter. William PerrtsHealth Improving 'WILUAM PERRY Former Chicago Bear William "The Refrigerator" Perry claims to be in much better health after suffering a relapse of Guillain-Barre syndrome two years ago. Perry, who says he was barely walking as recently as this January, says he is able to run at times now arid is working out regularly "I was coming really slowly, but it's picking up and I'm getting around, back out in the world instead of locked up in the house," Perry said as he signed autographs for fans at McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago Perry, at times, still uses a motorized scooter to get around, but the fact that he's walking more often is major progress. BEAUTY UNLIMITED AMANDA Thank you, Willa Kennedy Photography, for giving us this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Amanda. The lovely 22-year.;.old Cancer stands 5'7" taU a _nd her favorite star is Tyra Banks. She al$0 enjoys modeling and shopping, and in .the future, Amanda wants to become a top model. Her philosophy of life is to simply "live life to the fullest." The man in Amanda's life can be no better than the one she is married to. -He is sweet, lovinp, caring, honest and hardwork ing. Congratulations to Amanda for being this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson @flsentinel.com. LIMIT2WITH THISAO.ONLY!! -, __ :J> "'D :g r en 1\) 0 ..... ..... r 0 :g en m z ::! z m r m c r r z "'D c m r (i) ::t m c m < m

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MR. JOEL PETER MILTON Mr. Joel Peter Milton of 1713 Palmetto Street, passed away Tuesday, March 29, 2011. Memorial services will be conducted Thursday, April7, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Pastor Donald Lott, officiat ing. Mr. Joel Peter Milton was a native of Tampa, and a resident for 46 years. He attended Leto High School, and ..... was a member of Trinity C. M. C E. Church in Tampa. a: He was preceded in death U.. by: his father, Bethel Lenton Pierce, Sr.; brother, Willie (JD) Pierce; 5 grandchildren, a: Tristen, Madison, Sonia, W Zariah and Jade; brother, ii'J Bethel L. Pierce, Jr.; sisters, C Linda Darnes (fiance, AnW drew), Joyce Baker (husband, :I: John), Mary Moore and en Jackie Myers; nieces and ::J nephews, Tiffany, Bethel, III, m Darius, Ashley, Jadell, Akira, ir Jonada, TaDerra (Teddy), z Janika, Calvin, Jr., Bernard, i= Deborah, Coretta, Vincent w and Jasmine; amJ devoted ..J special friends, Wanda S Arnold and Barbara Newm berry. ..J : Arrangements entrusted to W RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL Z HOME, Rhodes & No -rthern, t= Owners. www.ravwilliamsfuffi neralhon;t_e.com. en
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Crime Suspect Charged In Woman's Shooting Death SABRINA BROXTON Sunday night's murder vic tim, Sabrina Broxton, 24, became the city's first African American murder victim of 2011. Tampa Police have arrested Antonio King, 31, and charged him with first-degree murder. He was briefly hospitalized and later medically cleared. According to Tampa Police, officers received a 9-1-1 call about a disturbance at the intersection of West Grace Street and North Hubert Avenue in the Carver City community. When officers arrived, they found Broxton's body in the street. Witnesses gave a description of the man who may have been involved and he was later found at the Marathon Gas Station at Cypress Street and Lois Avenue. According to police Broxton and a friend, Crystal Archie were standing in front of a house King moved into about a month ago. Archie told police when King arrived, he was shouting about a scuffle with another neighbor. ANTONIO KING Broxton's boyfriend, J ermaine Buie was also there His car was parked at the corner with the doors open. Two other friends also stood by another parked car. BroXton and Buie were on their way to a store for barbecue supplies for an event planned for the next day. Witnesses told police Buie and King got into an argument and Broxton tried to intervene and King hit her. Broxton and King started fighting. The witnesses said Broxton's brother, Oris, arrived on a moped and pulled her off of King, who ran into his house. Moments later, he came back out with a gun and everyone started running. King was seen fir ing into a crowd of people as they fled. Broxton is a 2005 graduate of Richard Milburn Academy Charter School and was employed by UPS. She stopped working last year to care for her mother who has Lupus : WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tapa Park Plaza @Nebraska Ava. & scon St. .. :: n ,g d: ';:._.sr 5 J"' :e: sen not be ::scj sole, UOC'i 3Te"tS :J :::: :: .. s (:; .. "':-n:-: cr J:ou: q .. :J cJt :r5 J'": en:e1 woman Shot Bv Bovtriend On liteSuppon DORSEY SANDERS Tampa Police have charged a man in the shooting death of his longtime girlfriend Saturday morning. According to reports, Dorsey Sanders, 46 and Cassandra McCauly, 39, were involved in a domestic dispute at their home on East Curtis. During the dispute, Sanders reportedly shot McCauly. She was transported to a local hospital with life threatening injuries. According to police, hospi tal officials and family members, McCauly is on life support and not expected to survive her injuries. A brother, Verrce Harris, said family members are try ing to decide the next step. Sanders has been charged with attempted murder at this time and the investiga tion is ongoing. Man Slept While Child Walked OutOIHome FREDDIE BRYANT Last Tuesday, Tampa Police arrested a 36-year-old man after reporting he had fallen asleep and allowed his 22-month-old daughter to walk out of his home and into the street. Freddie Bryant was charged with felony child neglect. Bryant reportedly fell asleep while the child's mother was on a errand, police said. The girl walked less than a block to Main Street near Armenia Avenue and was almost struck by a vehicle. The incident occurred February 7th and the inves tigation took several weeks to complete, police said. 15-Year-Oid Charged With Bringing Gun To School Last Thursday, the Hillsborough County Sheriffis Office reports that a 15-year-old middle school student was arrested and charged with bringing an unloaded gun to school. Deputies said Savon Williams, a student at Giunta Middle school in Riverview, was charged with possession of a firearm on school grounds and posses sion of a firearm by a minor. A student told school offi cials that someone possibly had brought a gun to school. Deputies responded and put the school on lockdown. A search was made for the gun and it was found in an unlocked and unassigned locker. The .22 caliber hand gun was not loaded. SA VON WILLIAMS Deputies continued to investigate and found out who owned the gun. Deputies reported that Williams bought the gun last Wednesday from a person in the area of Lake Avenue and 22nd Street. Trio Charged In Slaving DUNELL BROWN CHARLES BOTIOM JULIUS HOLDER m < m BROOKSVILLE -Three men were arrested Thursday in connection with a fatal shooting on Howell Avenue, including one convicted of more than a dozen felonies dating back to when he was a juvenile. Dunell Brown, 26, Julius Holder, 25, and Charles Bottom, 31, were arrested and charged. They are being held without bond. Authorities said Brown and Holder were charged with homicide, and Bottom was charged with being a principle to a homicide. The shooting viCtim was identified as Keriardo Frazer, who was found dead in front of a house. Frazer, 30 lived about soo yards away from where he was shot to death. Suspects were developed through interviews with witnesses and acquaintances.. According to detectives Brown called Holder the morning of the shooting and -4 c: reportedly told him to bring a m handgun to Frazer's home. en Holder and Bottom drove to the house where they were informed of a conflict :J> between Brown and i3 Frazer. "11 After Holder learned about :2 the cause of the problem C between Brown and Frazer, deputies said he drove back to his house, grabbed a handgun and returned to confront Frazer:. Wheri Frazer realized his life was in danger, he ran, deputies said. All three men pursued him in a vehicle driven by Holder. They lost sight of Frazer for a moment, but later spotted. him running through a nearby yard. Deputies said all three sus pects got out of the vehicle and ran behind a vacant house. At that point Holder reportedly shot Frazer twice. All three men ran back to the vehicle and fled. UNCLE SANDY . 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