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Monday, January 24, 2011

St. Pete Stand-Off With Dirtbag Cop Killer Hydra Lacy Jr. Ends When Cops Bulldoze The House, Hydra Lacy Jr is Dead.


ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Police say a gunman suspected of killing two St. Petersburg police officers and wounding a U.S. marshal during a shootout has been found dead. St. Petersburg Police spokesman Michael Puetz says the suspect Hydra Lacy Jr. was discovered when officers went into the home Monday afternoon, about six hours after the shootout.

Puetz says officers originally went to the home to arrest 39-year-old Hydra Lacy, Jr. He says investigators believe Lacy is the person who opened fire from the attic, but they haven't confirmed that. Officials say the wounded marshal is in stable condition.



Court records show Lacy failed to appear for a scheduled November trial on an aggravated battery charge. State records show Hydra Lacy's record includes convictions for sexual battery and other violent crimes.


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