Inmate Charged With Pompano Beach Murder
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FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A Pompano Beach man in jail for allegedly shooting a taxi driver in the head and torso allgededly attacked another man and left him dead in front of a Pompano Beach business, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Semie Robinson, 30, was charged with the stabbing death of Russell Buddie, 53. Robinson had been on parole before his crime spree in 2011.
On November 12th, Robinson allegedly shot Williamson Joseph after a taxi ride. But, roughly two days before that, BSO detectives said Robinson stabbed Buddie and left him in a pool of blood in front of Atlantic Air Conditioning Supply.
Buddie’s body was found by his father just before 7 a.m. on November 16th. Buddie was pronounced dead at a local hospital the same morning. BSO technicians said they have matched DNA left at the scene to Robinson.
Robinson now faces first-degree murder charges for the Buddie killing and still faces attempted murder charges for the taxi cab driver shooting.