GUN Robber shot with own gun 2 accomplices charged with his murder

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  1. TL1000RSquid

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    damn website wont let me copy the text, the latest article link is at the end of this story which is an earlier one.

    Two arrested in connection with Cape homicide
    Originally posted on May 16, 2007


    Two people have been arrested in connection with a Cape Coral homicide, according to Cape Coral Police. But the man who pulled the trigger is not one of those charged with murder.

    Damion Jordan Shearod, 20 of 3900 Central Ave., Fort Myers, and Jazzmyne Rahshel Carrol-Love, 19 of 611 Rabbit Road, were both charged with second-degree murder and robbery with a firearm. Shearod was also charged with trespassing. Both are in custody at the Lee County Jail.

    Police spokeswoman Dyan Lee said Carrol-Love drove Shearod and the shooting victim to the address to commit an armed robbery. But a struggle ensued, the gun was dropped and the robbery victim fired at the suspects as they feld the scene.

    The shooting victim still has not been identified.

    From earlier today

    Cape Coral police are currently investigating a shooting death at 2125 Northeast 1st Ave, just east of Santa Barbara Boulevard and north of Pine Island Road.

    The unidentified victim, a black male in his 20s, police said, was face down on the driveway of the home when police arrived. Police said he died of a gunshot wound. Several neighbors reported hearing gunshots. The victim was not carrying any identification, police said.

    Police have not officially ruled it a homicide, calling it a death investigation.

    The victim does not appear to be a resident of the home, police said. Two other people — Jacob Sechler and Elizabeth Elizabeth Kachnic — are involved, but police are not sure in what capacity. According to the Lee County Property Appraiser's website, the home is owned by Kachnic. The home, according to the website, was built last year for $297,000.

    Kachnic was taken by police for questioning. Sechler was treated at the scene for injuries and released.He also was questioned by police. Sechler did place a 911 call about a disturbance at the house at 11:22 a.m.

    Police believe the victim was running from the home prior to his death.

    If it is officially ruled a homicide, it would be the third in three weeks in the city, after going almost the first four months of the year without one.

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  2. Murdoc

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    I live just down the road a minute from the second shooting, and this is my first time hearing about this.
     
  3. lobstradomus

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    :bowdown: CA law is the same way, all principals in the original crime are also principals in any crime that occurs during commission of the original crime. Thats how women can be charged with rape and in this case the two other robbers are responsible for his death. What a great law.
     
  4. Aequitas

    Aequitas If it keeps on raining, levee's going to break.

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    Felony murder rule, should have charged them both with first degree though.
     
  5. Aequitas

    Aequitas If it keeps on raining, levee's going to break.

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    Oh ok, from the last article looks like they still might get first degree murder. I love when they have irrational people yelling on the news that don't understand the law.

    Not only that, but the one guy already has a prior conviction for murder. Glad they finally got the piece of trash behind bars.
     

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