A Monroe County Sheriff’s Office deputy stands behind a blue Dodge SUV in the Burger King parking lot at mile marker 99 in Key Largo Sunday. At least one person in the vehicle is wanted on federal explosives charges in Tampa.
A Monroe County Sheriff’s Office deputy stands behind a blue Dodge SUV in the Burger King parking lot at mile marker 99 in Key Largo Sunday. At least one person in the vehicle is wanted on federal explosives charges in Tampa. Kevin Wadlow FLKeysNews.com
A Monroe County Sheriff’s Office deputy stands behind a blue Dodge SUV in the Burger King parking lot at mile marker 99 in Key Largo Sunday. At least one person in the vehicle is wanted on federal explosives charges in Tampa. Kevin Wadlow FLKeysNews.com

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