Skip to comments.4 corpses found at tennis starís burning mansion
Posted on 05/07/2014 2:47:58 PM PDT by jimbo123
Firefighters found four bodies in a burning mansion owned by former tennis star James Blake, who was renting out the Tampa Bay-area house and not there at the time, officials said Wednesday.
TV reporter Meredyth Censullo, formerly of ABC, reported some bizarre details to the story.
Meredyth Censullo @MeredythTV
Source: bodies found in burning mansion in Avila had heavy duty fireworks wrapped around their heads. Owner is tennis star James Blake.
AVILA UPDATE: 3 dead in million dollar home. Gunshot wounds to head. 4th victim unconfirmed. Accelerant. High fireworks throughout home.
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Bad drug deal?
This does not sound good..................
There must be a perfectly innocent explanation. BTT
Cue opening scene of CSI Miami and obligatory David Caruso one-liner.
Quaint cultural differences no?
Multculti, it’s just grand.
I hate it when they find the bodies!
More, from Fox...
Rent check is gonna be late.
This is the kind of crime that seems unique to Florida.
Obama’s sons did a home invasion?
Similar to Connecticut family murdered by escaped convicts
The home is in a gated community, so unless it is a bad drug transaction...
Must’ve been involved in some racquet.
Time for new series.............CSI: Tampa Bay
WOW! What are the odds of that happening? </sarc>
Really gets strange...
Police sources in Tampa identified four people found dead this morning in a raging fire at tennis star James Blake’s mansion as Darrin Campbell, his wife Kimberly and their teenage children Colin and Megan.
While there was no official confirmation of the victims, public records list Campbell and his family, a well known businessman in the south Florida area, as living at the home Blake was renting out.
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