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Seffner Shooting Leaves One Dead, One Wounded, Hillsborough Deputies Say

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Deputies said the shooting was not a random act. The shooter remained on the scene.

SEFFNER – Hillsborough sheriff’s deputies are investigating a shooting that left one man dead and a second in the hospital.

William Edgar McCallister, 43, of Riverview, had died at the scene. David Jack McCallister, 51, had a non-life threatening injury and was taken to a hospital. Deputies are withholding the name of the shooter pending further investigation. Information continues to be limited.

On Friday (March 24), deputies identified the shooter as Martin Alfred Johnson, 76, of Seffner. No charges have been filed pending further investigation.

Deputies said they were called to 1005 Lianne Place, Seffner, about 10 p.m. Wednesday (March 22) for a shooting. When deputies arrived, they said they found a dead man inside the residence.
A second man was found and taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The shooter remained on scene, but was taken to the hospital for unrelated medical issues.

Just before 10 p.m., deputies said an incident happened inside the residence between the three men. At some point one of them produced a firearm and shot the other two men. The shooter called 911 and remained on scene until deputies arrived. Deputies said they believe that all three men are known to each other and the shooting was not a random act.

Deputies are processing the scene and conducting interviews.

For information about the Hillsborough sheriff, go to hcso.tampa.fl.us.

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Seffner Shooting Leaves One Dead, One Wounded, Hillsborough Deputies Say
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