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Police say the investigation so far seems to show Curtis Sanders approached the clerk at the Comet Food Market, 830 SW 27th Ave., and demanded money. Though Sanders backed up his demand with a drawn gun, the clerk reached for his own gun. Sanders’ shot to the face struck first. But the clerk shot Sanders several times. Fort Lauderdale Police Department
Police say the investigation so far seems to show Curtis Sanders approached the clerk at the Comet Food Market, 830 SW 27th Ave., and demanded money. Though Sanders backed up his demand with a drawn gun, the clerk reached for his own gun. Sanders’ shot to the face struck first. But the clerk shot Sanders several times. Fort Lauderdale Police Department

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