Suspects Flee Hit and Run, Ditch Firearms, Heightened Security at Local High School
HUDSON (PASCO) – A hit and run crash that occurred at the intersection of Litewood Ave and Chris Street forced Fivay High School to move to a “Controlled Campus” status, while deputies searched for two suspects who were possibly armed with handguns.
Sources tell RNRF that an older model mustang crashed at that intersection and two men fled the area on foot. Despite a thorough search and attempts to track with a K-9 unit, both suspects avoided arrest.
There are unconfirmed reports that the suspects threw two handguns in the front yard of a nearby residence as they were fleeing the area.
One possible suspect may be what sources say is known white supremacist, 31-year-old Bobby Joe Osborne of Hudson. Osborne has a long history of arrests, including possession of methamphetamine, Battery, Fraud, and violating a civil injunction against Sexual Violence.
It is not known at this time what charges either suspect may face.
The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the crash while the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office is investigating if the vehicle and firearms are possibly stolen.
The heightened security level at Fivay High School has since been lifted.
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