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BSO Releases Video Of Shooting At 7-11 In Oakland Park

Altercation Leads To Threats

In the early morning of June 6 at around 1:49 am a man was shot as the result of an altercation that occurred in front of the 7-11 off of Andrews and 38th St in Oakland Park. 
BSO released a video today that shows the sequence of events that led to the shooting. The video shows the two men arguing outside the 7-11. At one point the shooter takes at a machete from inside his pants, brandishes the weapon, taps it on the ground, and then gets up. After he gets up you can see he is saying something to the man on the bike. Then the video shows another moment with the man taking out his weapon a second time and walking in front of the man on the bike. The man on the bike takes out what appears from his jacket what appears to be a weapon when the man with the machete walks in front of him. The two men exchange words.
This photo shows the shooter taking out the machete in front of his victim.
Man on bike, appears to show a weapon he had in his shirt.

Man On Bike Shot At Point Blank Range

The subject then walks away gets in his car and parks in front of a semi truck. The subject gets out of the car brandishing a gun and pointing it at the man on the bike. He then walks straight up to the man on the bike and shoots him point blank in the face. The man on the bike falls instantly to the ground.  The suspect gets back in his car, a dark four-door  Infiniti and drives off. 

The video of the shooting is graphic, viewer discretion is advised.

Car of man who shot another man at a 7-11 in Oakland Park.
BSO is asking anyone with information on the subject’s identity or the circumstances surrounding of this crime to contact Det. E. Jonnalus at 954-321-4534. Information can also be submitted through the  SaferWatch App. To place a tip while remaining anonymous, call Broward Crime Stoppers directly at 954-493-TIPS (8477). Any tip that results in an arrest in this crime is eligible for a reward of up to $5,000.

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