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Florida Mayor told police to catch the suspect in 3 fatal shootings says “bring his head to me”

The police chief assured the terrified parents that Halloween will be safe in the community next week. 

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The Florida Mayor ordered the police to catch a suspect in three fatal shootings which all took place in the same neighborhood. The mayor told the police to hunt the suspect down and “bring his head to me.”

Florida Mayor told police to catch the suspect in 3 fatal shootings says "bring his head to me"

According to the recent reports, Bob Buckhorn the mayor of Tampa addressed the police officers while on a roll call Wednesday afternoon in the Seminole Heights neighborhood where three people have been fatally shot, the scenario started from October 9. Two men and one woman were killed in the random shootings in the same neighborhood.

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn said, “Bring his head to me, all right?” Buckhorn said, “Let’s go get it done.”

The interim police Chief Brian Dugan and Buckhorn told police officers that they have brought “a sense of calmness” to the neighborhood where apparently random and fatal shootings took place near downtown Tampa. Aftward, the police officers started patrolling by patrol cars, cycles and on foot.

The police chief and the mayor had conversation with the media persons after that, the Tampa Bay Times reported. The mayor and the police chief told detailed information about work that obtained no new details. The fatal shootings remain unsolved mysteries.

The killing scenario began from October 9 with 22-year-old Benjamin Mitchell’s death who was shot and left for dead in the neighborhood near downtown Tampa. Just 2 days later, 32-year-old Monica Caridad Hoffa was shot in the same area on October 11. On October 19, one more fatal shooting case came in front from the same neighborhood, this time the victim was 20-year-old Anthony Naiboa who was shot after he took a wrong bus for home from his new job.

Also read: Police believe recent fatal shooting case is linked to other deaths

Buckhorn said, “We’re going to shine a very, very bright light on this community.”

The police chief assured the terrified parents that Halloween will be safe in the community next week.

The police chief said, “I’m gonna go out there.” He added, “I’ll be personally on patrol, and you know what? If somebody wants to walk with me, they can walk with me. I’ll walk with their family and get candy with them. I might even take some of their candy.”

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