Trevor Dooley was sentenced to eight years in prison for the fatal Twin Lakes shooting of a Valrico father. He is appealing that conviction.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Monday, February 4, 2013
Trevor Dooley was sentenced for fatally shooting a neighbor after an argument at a Valrico park.
Trevor Dooley, the man sentenced to eight years in prison in November for fatally shooting a neighbor, won't return to the Valrico area if released, according to a TBO.com report that quoted his lawyer. Dooley's lawyer reportedly said Dooley has sold his house and his family has moved from the area. The article notes that Dooley on Monday, Feb. 4, went before judge Moody, who sentenced him in January, to ask for bail pending his appeals ruling. Moody reserved ruling on whether to release Dooley on bail or not while he appeals his conviction. Dooley, 71, a former Hillsborough school bus driver was convicted of fatally shooting a father in front of his 8-year-old daughter in a playground at the Twin Lakes community in Valrico. Charged in …