Sunday, April 24, 2011

Sarasota Private Investigator Bill Warner Quoted In Sunday Telegraph News and Sunday Express On Brits Murder Suspect Shawn Tyson's Link to Newtown Gang.

SUNDAY EXPRESS UK April 24th, 2010....IS THIS WHY THE FLORIDA BRITONS WERE KILLED? THE downtown area of Sarasota where James Cooper and James Kouzaris spent their final hours will be familiar to thousands of British holidaymakers. Above all it’s a safe district where the most police have to deal with is the occasional outbreak of rowdiness, fuelled by a few too many beers combined with the region’s legendary all-year-round sunshine. In 2010 Newtown accounted for 43 per cent of Sarasota’s armed robberies and 83 per cent of its murders. In these streets university pals Mr Cooper, 25, and Mr Kouzaris, 24, were gunned down after straying into the crime ridden public housing project. Apparently victims of a robbery, they died in a hail of bullets as they fled for their lives in the early hours of Saturday. Newtown is a district that one man in Sarasota knows better than most. Bill Warner is a veteran private investigator who has called this area his patch for almost 20 years.“It’s horrible,” he says. “At any time of day there are drug deals being done and guys acting as spotters on the look out for police. There is a lot of crime and it’s not a nice place to be. You don’t go there at night, period. If I have to do surveillance work in Newtown I always carry a weapon.” Bill Warner has his own theory, that the friends may have been the victims of a honey-trap, deliberately lured there by women. Police have traced two women seen on CCTV talking for 37 minutes to the Britons in Smokin’ Joe’s bar in the hours leading up to the shootings. Read more:

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH London April 24th, 2011. Florida murders: teenager accused of killing two Britons linked with feared street gang The teenage gunman, Shawn Tyson, charged with murdering two British tourists in Florida is linked to a notorious street gang that terrorized the Sarasota Newtown neighbourhood for two years. Now it has emerged that the tattoo, Young Savage, emblazoned on his chest links him to the feared "enforcer" of the Second Line gang, responsible for a string of robberies and murders in the Newtown district that includes The CourtsThe Sunday Telegraph has established that the same words,Young Savage, are inked on the forearm of DeAndre Tunstall, jailed for murder in November after a police crackdown on the gang's leadership. A police spokesman said that Tyson was a not a known gang member. But a veteran Sarasota private detective who has for years investigated fraud in Newtown said that Tyson was among young thugs coming to the fore since the arrest of Second Line leaders. "These tattoos are gang tags that identify these hoodlums when they are operating on the street and also when they inevitably end up in prison," Bill Warner said. "Tyson would never have had the nerve to tattoo 'Young Savage' across his chest, where everyone can see, if it he wasn't associated with the gang. The tattoo is a gang identification and it's a tribute to Tunstall. This kid had increasingly shown that he liked to fight and was willing to pull the trigger. He was showing how tough he was. He was graduating." Read more:

Let's get real here, "No One", say it again, "No One" operates on their own in the underworld of Newtown, you are either a part of a "group" or a gang or you end up dead. Shawn Tyson went after a "rival" on April 7th with his "friends" shooting at the rivals car and then ShawnTyson and his 'friends' beat up the rival. WWSB ABC TV NEWS Sarasota Fl...April 7, Sarasota Police responded to a shooting on Orange Avenue. The victim says he was driving his vehicle near Palmadelia Avenue and 22 Street (NEWTOWN), when shots were fired at his vehicle. One of the bullets hit his car. He then drove to his residence, where he was confronted by group of individuals (gang members) including Shawn Tyson. The victim says Shawn Tyson pulled out a revolver. The "group" then proceeded to beat the victim. Tyson then says he and some friends went to the victim’s house with the intent to fight him. He says he pulled out the revolver and fired into the air to scare the victim. Shawn Tyson then handed the gun to a friend and began fighting. Shawn Tyson says everyone ran when they heard police coming. He got the gun back from his "friend" and threw it into some bushes and ran home. On April 16, a pair of British tourists were shot down in Newtown, Fla. The next day, 16-year-old Shawn Tyson was arrested on murder charges. It was his second arrest this month. Read more

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