Authorities from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and federal agencies investigate an SUV pulled over in Key Largo driven by a man apparently wanted by the FBI in Tampa. The traffic stop prompted the Sheriff’s Office bomb squad to respond to the parking lot of the Burger King restaurant at mile marker 99 on Sunday, May 21.
Authorities from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and federal agencies investigate an SUV pulled over in Key Largo driven by a man apparently wanted by the FBI in Tampa. The traffic stop prompted the Sheriff’s Office bomb squad to respond to the parking lot of the Burger King restaurant at mile marker 99 on Sunday, May 21. Photo by Kevin Wadlow/FlKeysNews.com
Authorities from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and federal agencies investigate an SUV pulled over in Key Largo driven by a man apparently wanted by the FBI in Tampa. The traffic stop prompted the Sheriff’s Office bomb squad to respond to the parking lot of the Burger King restaurant at mile marker 99 on Sunday, May 21. Photo by Kevin Wadlow/FlKeysNews.com

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