Palm Beach Detectives Investigating Double Homicide in City of Belle Glade

Palm Beach County Deputies responded to shots fired in the 300 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd, in the City of Belle Glade. Detectives from the Violent Crimes Division responded to investigate further. No motive or suspect information is known at this time. File photo.

BELLE GLADE, FL – According to the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office, yesterday, October 30, 2019 at approximately 8:30 pm Deputies responded to shots fired in the 300 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd, in the City of Belle Glade.

Upon arrival an adult male victim was located lying on the ground suffering from gunshot wounds. He was pronounced deceased by Palm Beach County Fire and Rescue personnel.

Minutes later deputies learned three additional victims were being treated at Lakeside Medical Center, two with gunshot wounds and one struck by a fleeing vehicle. One of the victims, and adult male, was pronounced dead by hospital personnel, while another adult male was treated for non-life threatening gunshot wound. The additional male victim struck by the vehicle was being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Detectives from the Violent Crimes Division responded to investigate further. No motive or suspect information is known at this time.


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