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Police name road victim: A 31-year-old Fort Lauderdale resident whose body was found on May 13 in the parking lot of the Holiday Inn Express in the 2600 block of NW 28th Street after being attacked by a suspect who had just broken into his mother’s home

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Police name road victim: A 31-year-old Fort Lau????derdale resident whose body was found on May 13 in the parking lot of the Holiday Inn Express in the 2600 block of NW 28th Street after being attacked by a suspect who had just broken into his mother’s home. The victim’s name has not been released.

A 31-year-old Fort Lauderdale resident whose body was found on May 13 in the parking lot of the Holiday Inn Express in the 2600 block of NW 28th Street after being attacked by a suspect who had just broken into his mother’s home. The victim’s name has not bee???????n released. Arres??? ???ts made: Two men face aggravated battery charges in connection with the July 11 death of a 35-year-old Fort Lauderdale man.

Two men face aggravated battery charges in connection with the July 11 death of a 35-year-old Fort Lauderdale man. Two other cases of robbery-homicide-assault-domestic violence involve charges of aggravated battery in connection with the June 12 death of 24-year-old Hialeah woman Angelina Cisneros and the September 18 slaying of 45-year-old Nelly Gonzalez-Reyes in a drive-by shooting in Delray Beach.

Another case of robbery-homicide-assault-domestic violence involves charges of aggravated battery in connection with the June 12 death of 24-year-old Hialeah woman Angelina Cisneros and the September 18 slaying of 45-year-old Nelly Gonzalez-Reyes in a drive-by shooting in Delray Beach. The murder of 16-year-old Marissa Loehmann, who was fatally shot in the back during an argument on the front porch of the Gourmet Meats Deli on East 10th Avenue in the early morning hours of July 8, is an unsolved murder.

“A lot of the guys that I know and people I know that have been arrested have been good people. There’s probably 20 good people. Some of them haven’t had anything really bad to say about them,” said Sgt. Brian Williams of the Broward Sheriff’s Office.

Williams also stressed that if the information he obtained “can help lead to a solution here with the defendant, then we do a thorough investigation to look at and interview the people involved and to determine if there’s any truth to this information and if the defendant needs assistance to contact us.”

This case is being handled by special agents from the Broward Sheriff’s Office Homicide Squad.

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