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12-258 One Suspect Is Arrested In Lealman Double Shooting – Another Suspect Still Being Sought

Pinellas Sheriff’s detectives have arrested and charged one of the two suspects who were being sought in connection with a double shooting Wednesday night, November 7, 2012, where one of the two victims died.

See News Release 12-257 for victim and case information.

 

The arrested suspect is identified as:

Jaquan L. Pedigo

DOB: 8/29/94

Address: 7360 Orpine Drive North, St. Petersburg (unincorporated)

Charges:

1 Count First Degree Murder

1 Count Attempted Attempted First Degree Murder

 

The Sheriff’s homicide and narcotics detectives developed information as to the identity of the first subject, and were able to arrest Pedigo without incident late Thursday, November 8, 2012, as he was observed riding his bicycle.

A second subject is still at large.

The investigation continues. 

Booking photo of Pedigo is attached.

Jaquan L. Pedigo DOB: 8-29-94

 

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