TAMPA - More fallout is happening at Port Tampa Bay.We have learned a state level investigation is now in the works, all after the I-Team uncovered wining and dining among port executives on your dime.Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran is appalled at what we found.He directed a state level committee to look into all of the expenses executives have been putting on their credit cards. Reporter: Do you see this as wasteful spending?House Speaker Corcoran: "It's absolutely wasteful spending.
Several residents heard gun shots about 10:30 PM Tuesday night. "I heard 2 gunshots and then there was a pause then 3 or 4 more gunshots" one resident tells us. Residents in the trailer park at hwy 41 and Valroy were stunned when a bleeding man came running through the park pleading for help. "He was bleeding on the side he said he was shot and to call 911 and that's what I did," a resident tells us. "He said he thought he'd been targeted," says a resident who wants to remain anonymous.
The I-Team found there's been a recent string of violence among local motorcycle clubs. Law enforcement classifies some of those clubs as "criminal gangs" and "criminal enterprises". Florida law enforcement agencies including right here in Tampa Bay are on high alert. Belinda Donovan's husband for 22 years, David from Homosassa, was murdered execution style in Leesburg. "It's kind of a nightmare. Seeing him in the hospital was tough" Belinda tells us.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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