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Bank robbery suspect's bail set at $500,000
By Times Staff Writer
Published February 22, 2008
The man accused of robbing a Wesley Chapel Wachovia bank earlier this month was arrested Thursday in Hillsborough County. Pasco deputies say Naleqwinn Williams, 26, of Brandon, handed a teller a note about 3:30 p.m. Feb. 8 and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash. Williams is at the Orient Road Jail facing robbery charges. His bail is set at $500,000.
Victim identified; shooter sought
Authorities identified Christopher Hazen, a 20-year-old man nicknamed "Tennessee," as the victim of a shooting Wednesday afternoon on Ginny Drive. A witness told deputies that a Saturn with four men inside drove down the street about 2:30 p.m. Hazen was in his parked Ford pickup in front of 6611 Ginny Drive, a sheriff's report says. At one point he got out and began arguing with the men in the Saturn. Then one of them got out and shot him with a semiautomatic handgun, the report says. Investigators are still looking for the suspects. The Saturn is silver with black bottom trim and dark tinted windows. Hazen's condition was not available Thursday, but his injuries were not life-threatening, sheriff's officials said.