FL Man Derek Omasta ID’d As Victim In Saturday Night Fatal Clearwater ‘Parking Space’ Dispute Shooting

CLEARWATER, FL. (THECOUNT) — Derek Omasta has been identified as the victim fatally shot in Clearwater, Florida over a parking space dispute Saturday night.

Omasta, 31, was shot and killed by Deshon Powers during an argument over a parking space Saturday night, Clearwater police said early Sunday.

According to officials, police responded to reports of shots fired around 11 p.m. on Grove Street in Clearwater on Saturday.

Police say the shooting happened following an argument between two men over a parking spot.

Powers, 26, is accused of getting a gun from his house and fatally shooting Omasta.

Omasta was transported to an area hospital where he was soon pronounced dead of gunshot injuries.

Powers is facing a first-degree murder charge. He was taken to the Pinellas County Jail, reports WTSP.

According to Facebook, Omasta is from Saint Petersburg and lives in Clearwater.

Geo quick facts: Clearwater is a city in Florida’s Tampa Bay area known for sunny weather and gulf coast beaches. Clearwater Beach, on a barrier island, is a 3-mile stretch of white sand backed by hotels and restaurants. Injured dolphins and sea turtles are rehabilitated at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. At the city’s Spectrum Field, the Phillies pro baseball team plays spring training games – wikipedia.

Floyd Mayweather Officially DUCKS Amir Khan! Camp Claims it’s Over ‘Trash Talking’

A new reports says, Floyd Mayweather’s camp has officially ruled out Britain’s Amir Khan as his next and last opponent.

Earlier reports claimed that Floyd would retire after fighting Amir and that the fight would be broadcast free for all on CBS as a “gift to fans.” (Cue incorrect buzzer.)

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According to Los Angeles Times boxing correspondent Lance Pugmire, Khan simply talked too much, taking every possible opportunity to blast Mayweather and plead for the fight. Continue reading