St. Pete officer fired after shooting, mother of victim speaksBay News 9
May. 06, 2014
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The mother of a teenager shot and critically injured by a St. Petersburg police officer in December is speaking out.
This comes on the same day a city shooting review board found the officer who shot her son, Brian Fernandez, 31, was fired from the department for using excessive force and breaking city and department rules.