MIAMI – (CBSMiami.com) – A gambling dispute turned deadly in Miami when a 19-year-old man allegedly shot another man over $20, Miami police said.

The two men began to argue and other people who were near the area on the 1800 block of Northwest 2nd Avenue broke up the fight.

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But witnesses told police that they saw Stevie Brown place a firearm in his pocket and ride off in his bicycle. Another witness told police that at about 3:51 p.m. on November 26th, Brown fired multiple shots striking the back of the head of the man with whom he had the dispute.

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Police did not identify the name of the victim on the arrest form.

Brown was charged with first-degree murder. He appeared before a bond court judge Thursday.

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A judge ordered him held no bond. Brown told police that he “didn’t kill anyone” and that he “wasn’t even there,” according to the Miami police arrest form.