Three Men Taken Into Custody In Relation To Fatal Shooting Of 16-Year-Old Boy


Three young males have been apprehended for the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old and for wounding three others in Pompano Beach, Florida.

Christian Moore 21, Devonte Low, 18, and Kyle Robinson, 19, were placed in the Broward Sheriff’s Office Main Jail. They face one charge of first-degree murder with a firearm and three counts of attempted first-degree murder with a firearm.

On March 25, around 5:00 p.m., deputies answered to reports of shots fired at 1780 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. They then located 16-year-old John Zetrenne who had a gunshot injury. He was transported to a medical facility where he was declared deceased.

Investigators eventually learned that three men were transported to a medical facility, close by, by a private vehicle. They had non-life-threatening wounds, deputies stated.

As the investigation was conducted, it was found that all four victims had been outside of a store when Moore, Lowe, and Robinson began to shoot at them.

After warrants were issued for their arrests, Moore was located and apprehended on Saturday April 6. The next day, Lowe and Robinson were taken into custody.

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