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    Deputy Hits Suspect With Car

    An Osceola County deputy trying to serve a warrant on a burglary suspect ends up running him over.

    Kissimmee police are gathering evidence from the traffic accident part of all of this. The incident started when police say the suspect ran through an apartment and hopped on a bike. That's when the deputy hit him.

    The bike was left crumpled under the deputy's car.

    Lots of neighbors were outside at the time so there are plenty of eyewitnesses. Now police have to decide whether the evidence matches the deputy's story that hitting the suspect was an accident or the story told by the suspect's friends who say he was run over on purpose.

    "He was on his way to the store, he said I'm fixin' to get a bike and I'm fixin' to go to the store," said Angie Franklin, an eyewitness. "By the time I came out the door to tell him to get our baby three cans of milk, that's when the car came off the basketball court -- he was on the bike, where are you gonna go on a bike -- and ran him over."

    The deputies were on routine patrol in the neighborhood when they spotted the suspect. His name is Terrell Capers and he's in his 20s. Police say he has outstanding warrants for burglary and domestic battery. Now he could face more charges relating to the chase.
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    Lots of neighbors were outside at the time so there are plenty of eyewitnesses.
    "He was on his way to the store, he said I'm fixin' to get a bike and I'm fixin' to go to the store," said Angie Franklin, an eyewitness. "By the time I came out the door to tell him to get our baby three cans of milk, that's when the car came off the basketball court -- he was on the bike, where are you gonna go on a bike -- and ran him over."
    Unfortunately, there's your witness statements

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