Man Killed, 2 Hurt In Miami Shooting

MIAMI (CBS4) – Crime scene technicians have laid down bullet casing markers and collected fingerprints from a car in front of a Miami home after an early morning shooting injured several people.

Miami police spokesman Detective Willie Moreno said around 1:30 a.m. three people standing in front of a home at 571 NW 73rd Street.

According to police, several men armed with assault rifles were seen rushing up to three people and ambushing them as they stood outside the home.  It appears all three had just arrived at the home when the shooting took place.

The injured were rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Unit.  One of the injured, 45-year old Dean Young, died at the hospital shortly after he arrived.   Police said 23-year old Javarus Hall was in critical condition and 23-year old Avia Glover was stable.

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-TIPS (8477).

  • Me

    Welcome to another beautiful day in sunny South Florida.

  • Poste

    Another shooting and the police has nothing to do with it …. I guess if you let them the animals will take care of them selfs.

    • BoyzNtheHood

      Exactly , who needs cops when they are taking care of themselves. They just need to put 20 ft walls around the hoods and keep them in there.

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