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Violent History Of Florida Deputy Who Fatally Shot Black Teens Prompts Concerns As Families Of Victims Await Answers | NewsOne

Violent History Of Florida Deputy Who Fatally Shot Black Teens Prompts Concerns As Families Of Victims Await Answers | NewsOne

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A Florida deputy under investigation for fatally shooting two Black teens in Cocoa on Nov. 13 remains employed after a storied history of violence that his department had full knowledge of.

 

Charise Frazier, NewsOne

A Florida deputy under investigation for fatally shooting two Black teens in Cocoa on Nov. 13 remains employed despite a storied history of violence that his department had full knowledge of, according to Florida Today.

Cocoa residents Angelo Crooms, 16, and Sincere Pierce, 18, were killed during a traffic stop conducted by Brevard County Sheriff’s Office deputies Jafet Santiago-Miranda and Carson Hendren. Santiago-Miranda fired the fatal shots, according to The New York Times. Eight shots can be heard on the dashcam video footage of the shooting.

 


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