New Details into Billy Shuler’s Murder! CLICK HERE

Brooksville, Florida — There’s new information in an unsolved murder that now happened a month ago with a person of interest still on the run.

Homosassa coin collector Billy Shuler disappeared and was found dead near B21 Liquors in Tarpon Springs in May, and those closest to the man say they want justice now.

“Everybody has a father. I beg, please, I want to spend Father’s Day with my dad,” said Billy Shuler’s son Dan one month ago.

But Father’s Day is gone. And less than a week later, Shuler’s widow, Esther has learned new information about her late husband’s death.

“She just got the death certificate which said death was contributed by a bullet wound to the head,” said Shuler family friend Terry Martin. “When Bill was killed, so was (Esther’s) financial abilities and so was her life basically.” Click here for rest of story….

Citrus County Best Students Honored at Elks Club Sunday Evening


The Elks Club in Homosassa honored Citrus County Best Students on Sunday evening with a dinner and an award ceremony. Students of the months for the past several months and the current month were honored, as well as the students of the year. The audio of the evening  and the pictures will be below. Winners were from Crystal River High School, Lecanto High School and Rock Crusher Elementary School.  

Citrus County Elks Awards Students for Outstanding Achievements

TWO MURDERS LESS THAN A WEEK

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Two murders in Citrus County, Florida in less than seven days, on July 25, 2012, Jamie Seeger was gunned clip_image002down on a back street in Crystal River and last night Christopher John Stofcheck, was killed in a another drug related incident in Homosassa.

A Citrus County Sheriff’s Department confidential informant was killed last Wednesday on a deserted road about 1 mile east of Crystal River. Jamie Seeger was shot multiple times while sitting in her automobile, a Chrysler Crossfire.

In less than one week, on July 31, Tuesday evening, in Homosassa, Christopher John Stofcheck was killed in an apparent drug deal gone bad. Witnesses saw the victim hanging out of the driver side SUV in the area of A & Z discount A&Z DISCOUNTstore in Homosassa. The SUV took off dragging the victim along heading around the corner past Colonel Frogs then turned onto South Michigan. The witnesses followed and after turning onto S Michigan they saw John lying in the street with extensive head injuries. They noted that the SUV turned west onto 490 heading toward route 19.

The EMS crew stated that the victim coded (died) there, was revived, taken to seven rivers hospital, where he was stabilized and then flown to Tampa General, where he later died.

Arrested for murder and other charges were Jennifer Nicole Davis and Christopher Allen Martinez. Jennifer Nicole Davis

The victim had met Davis and Martinez to apparently sell them oxycodone, but their intention was to steal it instead and that is how the above scenario unfolded. Davis was the driver and Martinez was riding along. She knocked the pills out of the victim’s hand when he showed them to her through the driver window, at which time Davis sped off with the victim hanging on through the window.

Christopher Allen Martinez

Homosassa Teen hurt badly Wednesday Morning

An older picture of Courtney
This is an older picture of Courtney.

A Homosassa teen, Courtney Baker, 14, was hurt badly riding her bike to school Wednesday morning on Cardinal Lane. She was traveling east around 7 a.m. on Cardinal Street in Lecanto. Also eastbound on Cardinal was Scott Andrew Ferrebee, 26, in a white 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer. Ferrebee slowed down to 35 in a 55 mph zone and proceeded to go by Baker when she turned left in front of Ferrebee. The force of the collision incapacitated Baker, who was flown to Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg.

The latest report indicates Courtney is recovering from a concussion; if there are any other injuries, they are not known at this time.

Howard’s Flea Market

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Check out John and Sue’s stand at Howard’s Flea Market in Homosassa, Florida. You’ll usually find them there on Friday, Saturday and Sundays. Their location at the Market is right out in front, on the wing side that is closest to Jolly Roger’s Restaurant and the bookstore is located in that wing. John and Sue, have a wide variety of those common everyday needs, deorderant, shampoo, cleaning products for the house and more! Check them out and tell ‘em EYEONCITRUS.COM sent you! Don’t forget to say Hi to their son, also, he helps them out there, too!!