Seeking Justice for the Death of Latasha Walton

Robert Valencia
Apr 1, 2019 - 5:00

Almost three weeks after the death of Latasha Walton at the hands of a Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) trooper, Alphonso Wright, 28, tearfully cherishes the life of her sister.  “There are so many great memories I can’t tell you. We went on a journey together when we grew up. Latasha was different and took care of us,” Alphonso told The North Star. “She was the greatest person in the world, and my heart aches because she’s gone. We developed a different type of relationship; it was unique.” On March 12, Walton was shot near the Golden Glades Park and Ride Station in North...

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2 Replies to “Seeking Justice for the Death of Latasha Walton”

  1. Tasha was a good person. I grew up with her. She DID NOT deserve to be shot down like that,they took her away from her boys. They needed their mom. It’s just so sad and unjust. We pay the police to protect us not shoot first than figure it out later. He was not in any danger, he was already shooting, tripped got back up and continue shooting and running behind the car……. Just sad and unfair… Justice for Latasha Walton…. #justicefortasha

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