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Detectives Need Help Locating Homicide Suspect – McMullen

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Hernando County Sheriff’s detectives are asking for help from the community and from our media partners in locating a Homicide Suspect.

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Sean Michael McMullen is WANTED in connection to a HOMICIDE that occurred on U.S. 301 North (Treiman Boulevard) in Ridge Manor on 04-12-20.

A warrant for the arrest of McMullen is on file at the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.

Detectives have exhausted all avenues in their attempts to locate McMullen over the last several weeks and are now requesting assistance from the public regarding his whereabouts.

Sean Michael McMullen is described as follows:
Height – 6’03
Weight – 185
Hair – Brown
Eyes – Hazel
Tattoo – Abdomen.

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McMullen is known to frequent homeless camps in Hernando, Pasco, and Hillsborough counties.

Please do not approach McMullen, as he may be armed. Please report his whereabouts to local law enforcement.

If you have information on the whereabouts of Sean Michael McMullen, please contact Detective E. Johnson at the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office – 352-754-6830. In an emergency, call 9-1-1.

If you have information and would like to remain anonymous – Please call Hernando County Crime Stoppers at 1-866-990-TIPS (8477) or submit your tip via the internet at http://www.hernandocountycrimestoppers.com . You will remain anonymous and also be eligible for a reward up to $3,000 cash!

Leslie Stein
Leslie Stein
Leslie Stein has over 35 years experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist working with neurologically impaired adults. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of South Florida in Speech Pathology. Leslie specializes in caring for individuals who have been effected by multiple medical conditions both acute and degenerative. Populations she cares for includes, but is not limited to, patients suffering from the symptoms of Stroke, Parkinsons, Alzheimers/Dementia, Multiple Sclerosis, and ALS which can adversely affect communication, cognition and swallow. Many years of experience has provided her with extensive knowledge and skills when developing individualized therapeutic techniques to help these patients return to their prior level of functioning or improving the quality of their life.
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