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12-134 Largo Stand-Off Ends With Suspect Behind Bars

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
-Patrol Operations Bureau
Timothy V. Lee


-Aggravated Assault
Sherry Lowry

What:  As realtor tries to show residence, she is threatened by current tenant with gun.

Where:  14924 113th Ave N
Largo, FL

When:  Deputies were dispatched to the scene just before 3:00 p.m. on Thursday May 31, 2012.


Deputies received a call this afternoon from a realtor (Sherry Lowry) who was in the process of showing a client a residence, when the current tenant (Timothy Lee) brandished a gun and threatened to shoot them. 

Lowry and her client safely left the residence and called the Sheriff’s Office.

Upon deputies arrival, they set a perimeter around the neighborhood and attempted contact with Lee multiple times.  Lee was at first uncooperative by not answering the phone or coming to the door but eventually surrendered peacefully.

Lee was taken into custody and later transported to the Pinellas County Jail for Aggravated Assault.

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