The child struck and killed while crossing busy Lantana Road has been identified as Jeromiah L. Desronvil, 8, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday. According to Sun Sentinel news partner WPEC-CBS12, a woman who identified herself as a close family friend said Desronvil was playing a game of chicken with friends when the crash happened and the boy was hit by a truck.
Miramar police are looking for the shooter who killed a 17-year-old in Miramar. After 911 received reports of shots fired near the 6000 block of Southwest 33rd Street on Sept. 20, Kumasi Kareem was found face down on the ground, said Tania Rues, a spokeswoman for Miramar police. Kareem was pronounced dead at the scene, she said. The shooting happened at about 12:35 a.m.Grainy, distant surveillance video captured minutes before the shooting shows Kareem walking with an unknown suspect, Rues said.
A former student arrested Thursday at Charles W. Flanagan High had a loaded gun in his pocket, Pembroke Pines police said. Major Charneil Byrd, 18, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and having a firearm on a school campus, records show. He is being held in the Broward Main Jail. “It is unknown what the suspect’s intentions were regarding his presence at his former high school with a loaded firearm,” said Capt. Al Xiques, a spokesman for the Pembroke Pines Police Department.
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Selecting a term
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