14 May, 2017
The suspect involved in an armed robbery that occurred early Fridaymorning at Duggans Pub & Grill at Okeechobee Boulevard and Haverhill Road was shot and killed Friday afternoon during a shootout with deputies, according to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. One deputy and a K9 were injured. The warrant from Raleigh police accuses Oshea of robbing more than $500 from a man at the Super 8 motel near Pleasant Valley off Glenwood Avenue.
Officers chased Philip Oshea, 46, starting around 4am Friday after he robbed a bar and carjacked a woman, according to the Palm Beach Post. The suspect crashed his vehicle and got into his first shootout of the day, with one deputy getting hurt while diving for cover, the newspaper reported. That officer has already been released from the hospital, the sheriff's office said.
It was not immediately clear what brought Oshea to Palm Beach County. The suspect then fled the scene and a short pursuit ensued but the robbery suspect crashed and overturned in nearby Jupiter, Florida.
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