Miami Double Murder Suspect Faces Judicial Scrutiny

Miami Double Murder Suspect Faces Judicial Scrutiny

Miami – A Miami-Dade judge heard the case of a guy who was detained in connection with the deaths of two persons at a service station.

Investigators claim that early on Saturday morning, amid a dispute inside a Chevron off 54th Street, 23-year-old Jason Craig Dyer-Mitchell fired three shots.

In his arrest form, Dyer-Mitchell states that he started shooting after an argument broke out after being questioned by an employee about theft.

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“He fired six shots at my boss, three at the other person, and one at another guy who is currently in the hospital,” Chevron worker Lorenzo Profit claimed. He was shot in the groin by him.

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A critical patient was admitted to the hospital, and two staff members passed away.

Police processed the area for hours after the shooter fled. Subsequently, the gas station’s neighboring apartment complex was encircled by SWAT later that day. That’s where Dyer-Mitchell was taken into custody by the police.

As of Monday night, the petrol station remained closed and boarded up.

Mitchell was issued no bond when he appeared in court on two murder counts.

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