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Police investigate fatal shooting in Ft. Pierce

Police investigate fatal shooting in Ft.  Pierce

Police investigate fatal shooting in Ft. Pierce

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Viciere at (772) 979-1408 or [email protected].

TODAY IS SUNDAY, MAY 12TH. I’M TAYLOR HERNANDEZ, VANESSA VINENT WILL HAVE HER FIRST WARNING PREDICTION HERE IN JUST A SECOND. BUT FIRST: HERE ARE YOUR NEWS. A SECOND FIRE IS BURNING IN SAINT LUCIE COUNTY NEAR THE FAIR GROUNDS. THE FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE AND THE SAINT LUCIE COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT ARE WORKING TO CONTAIN THIS FIRE. Authorities said four pieces of heavy equipment were damaged in the fire, but there were no reports of damage to homes or buildings. Port Saint Lucie police responded to reports of a shooting early Friday evening and became involved in a standoff with the suspect. THIS HAPPENED ALONG L. ROSE STREET, ACCORDING TO POLICE SAID, AROUND 11:00 A.M. A WOMAN WAS HITTED FIVE TIMES BY A FAMILY MEMBER. She was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. When authorities entered the home, a standoff ensued with this suspect. Officials claim the suspect, Tarrant West, eventually surrendered. He is now being held in the Saint Lucie County Jail. He faces several charges. Martin County deputies believe they have caught a man connected to a string of burglaries, all reported in a single community. Officers were patrolling the BOOKER PARK area of ​​Indiantown Thursday evening when they spotted a man approaching cars parked in the driveways of several homes. AFTER COORDINATION BETWEEN AUTHORITIES IN THE SHERIFF HACKER ABOVE AND ON THE GROUND, officers rushed in and caught the suspected burglar. 27-year-old Mateo Maldonado is now in prison. VANESSA AND TODAY IT WILL BE WARM. TEMPERATURES NEAR 87 TO EVEN 89 DEGREES. The same goes for your Monday too, with a few light showers in the forecast. Overall, things are looking pretty good today, Mother’s Day, but be prepared for the high heat and humidity. AS YOU CAN SEE, 96 DEGREES WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND 98 FRIDAY. THIS IS POSSIBLE ON SATURDAY AND EVEN SUNDAY, WITH VERY WARM AND HUMID MORNINGS

Police investigate fatal shooting in Ft. Pierce

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Viciere at (772) 979-1408 or [email protected].

Fort Pierce police are investigating a fatal shooting Sunday night. Police received the call around 7:29 p.m. in response to a shooting in the area of ​​North 24th Street and Canal Avenue. According to the police, the investigation involves a 37-year-old man being shot by an unknown person.St. The Lucie County Fire Department transported the man to HCA Lawnwood Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. This is an open investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Viciere at (772) 979-1408 or [email protected]. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can contact Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-(800)-273-8477.

Fort Pierce police are investigating a fatal shooting Sunday evening.

Police received the call at approximately 7:29 p.m. in response to a shooting in the area of ​​North 24th Street and Canal Avenue.

According to police, the investigation revealed that a 37-year-old man was shot by an unknown person.

The St. Lucie County Fire Department transported the man to HCA Lawnwood Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

This is an open investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Viciere at (772) 979-1408 or [email protected]. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can contact Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-(800)-273-8477.