Last Thursday, Florida sheriff's deputy Matt Williams was shot eight times and killed after he stopped Angilo Freeland for speeding. Williams' police dog was killed, too, and another deputy was shot in the leg.
A day later, a shoulder-to-shoulder police search for Freeland found him hiding under a log, and officers fired 110 shots at him, striking him 68 times.
"That's all the bullets we had," the sheriff said. Today, Freeland's family is holding a press conference in Tampa.
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