tbo: Tampa Bay Online.
Thursday, May 24, 2018
  • Home
Three arrested for street racing after mother fatally struck pushing stroller on Bayshore Boulevard
Cameron Coyle Herrin, 18 (left), was arrested Wednesday on charges of vehicular homicide, street racing and reckless driving resulting in serious bodily injury, according to Tampa police. Herrin is accused of being the driver who fatally struck a 24-year-old mother who was pushing a stroller across Bayshore Bouelvard on Wednesday, police said. She was later pronounced dead and her 21-month-old daughter was seriously injured. Two other arrests were made in the case. The other driver, John Alexander Barrineau, 17 (middle), also faces charges of vehicular homicide, street racing, and reckless driving resulting in serious bodily injury. The passenger in the Mustang, Tristan Christopher Herrin, 20, who was riding with his brother, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of racing. [Tampa Police Department]
TAMPA — The two cars raced each other along Bayshore Boulevard just before noon, witnesses told police. One was a black 2018 Mustang. The other a gold Nissan. They sped side-by-side, trading the lead, police said, despite the traffic and pedestrians around...
OCTAVIO JONES   |   Times 
A photo of Lee Roy Selmon and his family Dewey, and Luscious hangs on the wall at Lee Roy Selmon's restaurant at the original location on Boy Scout Boulevard in Tampa, Florida on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Lee Roy SelmonÃ\u0095s, the restaurant that paid homage to the community icon who rose to fame as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer and grew to become a popular civic leader, will shutter the doors of its original location on TampaÃ\u0095s Boy Scout Boulevard in June. Employees learned of the closing on Wednesday morning.
Lee Roy Selmon’s original Tampa restaurant is closing, marking the end of an era
The late William
Son tells NC police he found dog leash around neck of strangled Hillsborough developer Bill Bishop
Publix to evaluate donation process after Adam Putnam political backlash

Fun Fact


Stock up for hurricanes, Buckhorn warns, or ‘we may be coming for you in a body bag’

TAMPA — Stuff that hurricane kit full of batteries, pen that emergency plan and get as many gallons of water stored in that garage while the skies are blue and clouds are fluffy white.

Your Local Weather Conditions


Region baseball: Venice dispatches Mitchell

NEW PORT RICHEY — Walking by the football field and toward the parking lot after Wednesday's Class 7A region final at Ridgewood High, several Venice High players were caught by...

Rays’ Jake Faria may be out until August, Vidal Nuno called up
USF posts (mostly) solid APR marks
Win or lose, no one should be down on this Lightning season
State softball: Land O’Lakes advances to second straight title game
State baseball: Carrollwood Day comes up a run short in semifinals


Man serving 660 years for money laundering wants gold back
A Rhode Island man convicted of laundering money for a Colombian drug cartel wants that federal government to give back millions of dollars worth of gold bars, jewelry and cash it had seized during...
Truck dumps 40,000 pounds of chicken feathers on highway
Foam rubber gold bars fool man who burglarized Michigan shop
Missing 14-foot-long pet python sought in Indianapolis-area
City looks for answers after zombie alert sent to residents
Loose horses tie up rush-hour traffic in Massachusetts