TAMPA — A man already facing three counts of mur- der — including two for the fatal shootings of Tampa police officers — has been charged with another killing.
The suspect, 24-year-old Dontae Morris, was charged with first-degree murder Friday for last month’s shooting death of Harold Wright.
Morris had been charged with first-degree murder Saturday for allegedly shooting Tampa police officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab during a traffic stop June 29. He was also charged with a third count of first-degree murder for fatally shooting 21-year-old Derek Anderson in May.
On Thursday, a judge ordered that Courtnee Brantley, the woman who drove away after witnessing the two officers shot, be released from jail while awaiting trial.
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Brantley was released Friday and returned to her mothers house in Seffner. She will be under house arrest and monitored by an ankle bracelet.