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COPS: Riviera Beach Man Charged with First Degree Murder, Attempted Robbery with a Firearm and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon

According to police, Caleb Gilmore, 35, who once lived in Riviera Beach has been charged in a fatal shooting which took place in January at 6th Street and Cypress Drive, Lake Park.

PALM BEACH, FL – Caleb Gilmore, 35, who once lived in Riviera Beach has been charged in a fatal shooting which took place on January 2 of this year at 6th Street and Cypress Drive, Lake Park.

According to police, on September 12, 2019, detectives from the Violent Crimes Division presented their investigative results to a Grand Jury which issued warrants charging Caleb Gilmore with the First Degree Murder of Trevor Carter.

Gilmore was arrested in Tallahassee Florida and just recently returned to Palm Beach County to face charges of first-degree murder, attempted armed robbery and illegally possessing a gun.

According to the Palm Beach Post, Gilmore pleaded guilty in 2017 to selling cocaine and served a year in jail; the January shooting was over Marijuana.


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