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Friday, September 19, 2008

America's Most Wanted to profile Clearwater murder suspect Courtenay Savage, she was a former Hillsborough County sheriff's detention deputy.

America's Most Wanted to profile murder suspect Courtenay Savage, she was a former Hillsborough County sheriff's detention deputy.
America's Most Wanted" will profile attempted murder suspect Courtenay Savage this weekend.
Detectives say surveillance video shows Savage pulling up to a Clearwater house, getting out, and firing shots inside. Two adults and six young children were inside sleeping at the time. "Luckily, the bullet just missed my granddaughter's and my head," said the victim, who Bay News 9 is identifying as "Jane" to protect her identity. "Because it went right through the walls."
UPDATE......Fugitive Caught After Profile On Fox Show, Sept 23rd, A Pinellas County woman featured on Fox television's "America's Most Wanted" has been caught.

Jane says it was the third time someone shot at their house in a matter of months between July and September of 2006. "The first time it was cars that she shot," she said. "The second time she came back. It was the house. The third time she came back she actually got out of her car." Detectives say the shooter turned out to be a long-time friend of Jane's daughter-in-law, Christina Londrini.

I've never seen a case where a friend, ex-coworker, somebody who had been to family events, baby showers, together in the past, has shot up somebody's home, not once, but three times," Lewis said.Savage, 33, was arrested hours after the third shooting. However, she hasn't been seen since she was released on bond. Investigators think a failed business deal between Savage and Londrini spawned the shooting. "As far as I can tell she just went off the deep end," Lewis said. "Courtenay told us in the interview that she had no remorse and she did not care if she harmed any of the kids in that house."

Savage was a former Hillsborough County sheriff's detention deputy and a Tampa police reserve officer. She was also married to a Tampa police officer at the time of the shooting. "America's Most Wanted" will profile the case on Saturday. She has multiple arrests for attempted murder from 2006 and 2007 why was such an obvious threat to the community out on bond, why did she still have access to handguns ?
Courtenay Savage arrest record, booking date 9/8/2006 click here.
Courtenay Savage arrest record, booking date 2/12/2007 click here.
Bill Warner
Private Investigator