MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – Police tend to be investigating after three guys had been discovered shot to death at a northeast Miami-Dade County warehouse.
Miami-Dade police Detective Marjorie Eloi stated a few 911 telephone calls had been made after shots were fired at 18450 NE Second Ave. briefly before 10 p.m. Wednesday.
Whenever officers came, they found the 3 victims dead inside the warehouse.
Crime scene investigators had been during the scene Thursday morning to remove the bodies.
Family unit members in the scene identified one of many victims as warehouse owner Norris Cole. The 60-year-old’s bro said Cole, that is no reference to the previous Miami Heat player of the same name, ended up being caught in crossfire of a shooting that stemmed from a quarrel between the two various other males.
Anima Bona fought right back rips as she described the woman friend.
“He was honest. He was helpful, ” she said. “He gave and gave and gave and gave.”
Espe Pierre, 38, and Evans Jean, 31, had been recognized as one other victims.
Police are trying to find a newer-model, silver BMW 5 Series with four doorways. You aren’t information is asked to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.