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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami Gardens police officers have made an arrest in a deadly shooting.
Officers sent out a news release announcing the arrest of Warren Davis, 21. Detectives said he fired a gun multiple times around 8:30 pm Sunday along NW 29th Court.
Police said the victim was pronounced dead in the driveway of a home.
“It was scary because you don’t ever think something like that is going to happen while you’re at home getting ready for Christmas Eve dinner,” Katrina Rosemond said.
Rosemond lives near the home where the shooting happened. She told us she called 911 immediately.
“It kept me up pretty late last night trying to figure out why now and why then,” Rosemond said.
Investigators only told us they were alerted there had been a shooting through a ShotSpotter call.
Detectives said the victim is Lizandro Quinones-Salvador but it’s still unclear why this shooting happened.
“Stuff like that happens in this area but I’ve never experienced it personally.”
Nobody at the home answer the door for CBS 4 after a door-knock. Rosemond told us she believes different people live there and they’re each renting a room.
“I don’t know my neighbors and something like this could potentially happen again,” Rosemond said.
Police didn’t say how they were able to narrow down Davis as their suspect. But there are surveillance cameras across the street at the North Miami Beach Sewer Division facility.
Investigators said Davis was found in the area. Following the arrest, Rosemond told CBS 4 she can rest a little easier on Christmas Eve.
“It makes me feel a lot better, at least, knowing that part of the chapter is closed,” Rosemond said.
Davis is charged with first-degree murder.
Police are still asking for any tips to paint a clearer picture of what happened.
Anyone with information is urged to call Miami-Dade Crimestoppers at 305-471-TIPS.