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Home invasion shooting in Cocoa kills 2, police say

Home invasion shooting in Cocoa kills 2, police say



2018-06-19T11:35:53+0000

Two men reportedly were killed during an attempted home invasion on Peachtree Street in Cocoa at about 1:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Two people — one victim and one suspect — were taken to the hospital after a home invasion shooting in Cocoa.


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