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Cops’ body cam captures shootout between cops and a jealous Florida man

The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office has released body camera footage from last Thursday’s deputy-involved fatal shooting in which the suspect shot someone, shot at deputies and ultimately turned the gun on himself. At about 2:50 p.m. Thursday, the sheriff’s office received a call from Brian Disario’s mother reporting that he had shot former neighbor David Armstrong dead in their home’s garage and was still shooting in the road. Deputies responded to the home on Constance Drive in the Gulf Highlands neighborhood in Port Richey, and Desario opened fire on them.

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