TAMPA (WFLA) – A Tampa man is accused of killing his roommate and then shooting himself in the head outside the Eastside neighborhood where he lives, according to police.
The shooting at 1041 N 9th Ave. happened early Sunday morning, police and the victim’s family reported.
Sherry Moore was found dead on the living room floor. Her roommates say they found her on the floor around 7 a.m.
The roommate, whose name is not being released because he is a victim of a crime, told police he had never heard of the suspect and that the alleged killer had been sleeping in a corner of the house the whole day.
The roommate tells investigators he believed they had been threatened, according to the police report.
In a statement on its Facebook page, Eastside residents say the neighborhood is one of the safest in Tampa.
“While we are still learning in details, there seems to be little reason for the community to be worried about any crime that affects our community. It is, after all, our neighborhood,” the statement continues. “We have taken steps in recent years to ensure our residents feel safe in our neighborhood. The safety of members of the community is our commitment.”
Anyone with information is being asked to call 911 or the Tampa Police Department Homicide Division at 1-866-903-4000.
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