Published: Jul 07, 2010 6:37 PM EDT
Updated: Jul 07, 2010 3:37 PM EDT

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The Tampa police chief says she wants to find
and arrest the people who helped Dontae Morris evade an intense
manhunt after he allegedly gunned down two officers last week.
      Chief Jane Castor said Wednesday that investigators are
aggressively hunting those who helped Morris hide for more than
three days after officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab were
killed during an early morning traffic stop June 29.
      Morris, who also is a suspect in three other slayings, isn't
talking to police. A confidential informant arranged his surrender
Friday night.
      Castor said a longtime civilian employee of the police
department was suspended and may be fired because she failed to
come forward with information about her daughter's friendship with
Morris.