Suspect Charged in Fatal Shooting of St. Louis Police Officer has Violent Crime History in Brevard County

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Kinworthy is being held in St. Louis jail on warrant related to a sexual battery and kidnapping in Brevard

A man being called a suspect in the fatal shooting of a police officer in St. Louis has a criminal history in Brevard County, including open charges in violent crime police, said he carried out last year. (Image courtesy of KSDK)

(ClickOrlando.com) – A man being called a suspect in the fatal shooting of a police officer in St. Louis has a criminal history in Brevard County, including open charges in violent crime police, said he carried out last year.

Thomas Kinworthy, 43, is being held in the St. Louis jail on a warrant related to a sexual battery and kidnapping in Brevard County after he missed a court date Aug.19.

He has been named a suspect in the St. Louis shooting but hasn’t been charged, according to police groups and various Missouri media outlets.

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