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Candice Hamm (21) was shot to death and she leaves behind a two-year old son
Published: Dec 04, 2011 @ 8:50 PM
Candice Hamm (21)
Nov 11, 2011
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The woman who was shot to death in a Tampa home Friday afternoon has been identified.
Police said Candice J. Hamm, 21, was shot and killed in a home on N. Annette Ave., leaving behind a 2-year-old son.
Officials said two men and two women were in the home when the shooting happened around 4:30 p.m.
Detectives interviewed three of the people who were in the home at the time officers arrived.
Investigators said they determined Hamm was visiting friends at the time of the shooting. Police said her death may have been an accident.
"She was very sweet, smile on her face, loved her family friends, most of all, she loved her son," Hamm's friend, Charlotte Johns, said.
Officials said no charges have been filed in the shooting, although it is still under investigation.
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