Conch Key, FL — Carolyn “Seahag” Dukeshire, 62, was recently sentenced to a maximum of 30-years behind bars after pleading guilty to the shooting death of 64-year-old Martin Mazur last year when he refused to give her a beer.
Justified? Perhaps. If the beer in question was anything other than a Busch Light. Ick.
And no, I did not bestow the name Seahag upon this ravishing creature… it’s apparently a self-appointed moniker.
Anyway, back in July of last year, police say the Seahag approached Mazur, a neighbor/acquaintance she had previously done some sort of lobster-trap work for, and asked, “Do you have a cold beer for me?”
Mazur’s reply: “I have absolutely nothing for you.”
The displeased and presumably thirsty Seahag then shot the man. Five times – two to the abdomen, one to the wrist, and two to the back.
Mazur was pronounced very dead later that same day, and a grand jury handed down a first-degree murder charge against the Seahag in August.
Dukeshire pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Thursday and must now figure out how to make her own damn hooch. Which, by the way, would still be preferable to Busch Light.Tags: Busch Light, Carolyn "Seahag" Dukeshire, Conch Key, Florida, Martin Mazur, Murder, Shooting