"Shooting Was Ruled Suicide, But Was It?" - Lucy Morgan - St. Petersburg Times

"Shooting Was Ruled Suicide, But Was It?" - Lucy Morgan - St. Petersburg Times

by: Lucy Morgan | publication date: December 18, 1983 | Publication: St. Petersburg Times |

"Joseph H. Donahue was dead on his bathroom floor, his legs neatly crossed and his hands poised on his chest. Beside the body was a Smith & Wesson service revolver engraved with the date he left the Port Richey police department to become a top-ranking officer for Pasco County Sheriff John M. Short. The chamber of the gun was open and four live rounds of ammunition were scattered in a pool of Donahue's blood. . ."

Lucy Morgan explains the death of Joseph H. Donahue.

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