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Shot at six times, man escapes injury
By Times staff writers
© St. Petersburg Times, published July 1, 2000
HUDSON -- A man narrowly escaped injury Thursday night when someone shot at him six times from a white two-door car that was parked in the road, according to a Pasco sheriff's report.
Gregory Reamy told deputies the car was being driven up and down Oak Drive. Reamy, who lives at 10739 Oak Drive, and his brother-in-law walked over to the car to see what its four occupants were doing, according to deputies. A person in the back seat fired six shots from a silver handgun at Reamy, said deputies, before the car drove away.
Woman says a group of people fought with her
HOLIDAY -- Deputies are seeking a group of people who assaulted a woman at her home in Holiday on Thursday night.
Tiffany Smith told deputies two people came to her house at 1447 Brightwell Drive asking for "Danny" about 11:30 p.m. She told them no one named Danny lived in the house.
A few minutes later, the two returned with a large white man and asked for Danny again, Smith told deputies.
Then, several women got out of a car parked outside Smith's house and started fighting with her, according to deputies. The large man threw a punch at Smith and missed, she told deputies. Then, she said, the man kicked her and ran away, throwing a rock through her living room window as he fled.
Suspect in bar brawl stabbing is arrested
Police said a 21-year-old man who is accused of stabbing another man in the back eight times in a January bar brawl, was arrested Wednesday on several active warrants.
Shawn Greg Johnson of 7024 Rockwood Drive in Port Richey was listed as a suspect in January after police said he attacked Philip Cirallo, 42, at Hurricane's Bar in the Lane Glo Bowling Alley at 8631 Old County Road 54, New Port Richey.
According to deputies, Johnson stabbed Cirallo in the back with a 3-inch knife, then fled with five other men in a new, white Camaro.
Johnson was charged with aggravated battery, and based on active warrants, was also charged with obstructing an officer, driving with a suspended or revoked license and three parole violations. He was held late Friday at the Land O' Lakes jail in without bail.
Trip to bar restroom gets man arrested
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Deputies say a New Port Richey man took his 9-month-old baby with him to a bar, then left the child alone while he went to the restroom.
David William Condon of 3602 Kimberly Oaks Drive was charged with child neglect on Thursday after deputies said he took his baby to the Scoreboard Sports Bar and Grill at 3513 Universal Plaza on Thursday. At about 5:30 p.m., he left the baby in a stroller near the door while he stayed in the bathroom for 10 minutes.
Condon was released on his own recognizance from the Land O' Lakes jail.
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