Police Seek “Armed & Dangerous” Suspect In Multiple Murders
South Florida Crime
MIAMI (CBS4) — Miami police are looking for a man they say is responsible for a string of recent deadly shootings across the city and is considered to be armed and dangerous.
Police have an arrest warrant out for Calvin “Calbo” Warren, 22, from the Overtown area, for his connection to at least five recent homicides.
They also want to question Gustavous Dames, 33, and Pierre “P-Bo” Smith, 27, for their involvement in the homicides.
According to police, the murder spree is an ongoing dispute between former friends.
The most recent murder took place Saturday, Sept. 17th. Neighbors in the 1900 block of Northwest Second Avenue heard shots and called 911. When police responded they found Quaybon Gallon, 23, shot multiple times and lying on the ground. He was transported to Jackson Memorial where he died shortly after arrival, police said.
A day earlier, a group of three men in a gray or silver Nissan fired shots at three people at Victory Homes, 530 NW 73rd Ter., shortly after 11 a.m.
Devon Brouehton, 20, was killed on the scene and Albert Latson, 26, was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he later died.
Brouehton came to visit Latson and left his one-year-old son in the front seat as he chatted near the car. The assailants fired over 36 times but the child was not hurt.
Two other murders took place on August 8th. Around 8:30 p.m. a gray or silver Nissan pulled up to 211 NW 12th St. and someone in the car opened fire, killing two men.
Police said Warren is linked to all five murders, and Dames and Smith are wanted for questioning in the Friday and Saturday killings.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Miami Police Department’s Homicide Unit at 305-603-6350 or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS (8477).
Suspects are currently on the run and considered extremely dangerous.
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