Florida Fish and Wildlife Officer Shot to Death, Three Suspects in Custody

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shooting happened about 55 miles northeast of Cape Coral

Julian Keen Jr, 30, was off-duty at the time of shooting. Authorities found him shot to death Sunday morning. Three suspects are now in custody, investigators say. (MYFWC Image)

(FOX NEWS) – A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation officer was found shot to death Sunday morning and three suspects are now in custody, investigators say.

Julian Keen Jr, 30, was off-duty at the time of shooting, Fox 13 reported.

Sheriff’s deputies responded to the scene early Sunday morning in LaBelle – about 55 miles northeast of Cape Coral — and found Keen, the Hendry County Sheriff’s office said.

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office wrote on Twitter that Keen was killed while “taking action off-duty on a hit and run crash.”

Three suspects were in custody and under investigation. No additional information was provided.

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