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11-Year-Old Called 911 at 2 am; Deputies find 3 Slain Women in Florida

11-Year-Old Called 911 at 2 am; Deputies find 3 Slain Women in Florida

Tampa, FL: Three ladies were discovered deceased from gunshot wounds in a residence in Florida following an emergency call made by an 11-year-old on Tuesday morning.

The Bradford County Sheriff’s Office reported receiving numerous calls from a youngster at approximately 2 a.m. regarding a domestic altercation on Northeast 17th Avenue in Lawtey, located approximately 40 miles from Jacksonville.

The caller was an 11-year-old kid whose parents had taught him/her to call 911 in case of emergency.

Deputies spotted 46-year-old Johnnie Brown strolling in the front yard of the home with multiple slashes on his torso.

Deputies discovered three deceased ladies in the residence, each with multiple gunshot wounds. An 11-year-old found in the home sustained a non-life-threatening injury and was transported to a hospital, as stated by the sheriff’s office.

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Brown was also transported to a hospital. According to NBC station WTLV, Brown is the suspect in the case, and his relationship with the three women and the infant is unclear.

According to the sheriff’s office, one of the women was the 11-year-old’s grandmother. The Tampa Police have started an investigation into the matter.

The Bradford County Sheriff’s Office reported that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and a medical examiner were conducting an investigation.

The identities of the deceased women had not been revealed and the identity of the minor is being with- held.

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Resources are provided by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office for individuals who believe they are victims of domestic abuse. The Spring provides secure environments and empowering resources for victims of domestic violence and their children, as stated by deputies. Individuals seeking assistance should contact 813-248-7233.

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