(WEST PALM BEACH, FL) – Authorities placed three men under arrest in the shooting death of a man in Pahokee in November.
Drake E. Hamilton, 19, of Wellington; Thomas B. Murvin, 19, of Pahokee; and Larry Dunnon, 27, of Belle Glade, were arrested for the incident that took place on November 19th.
According to police, officials arrived to the scene of the shooting and found two men suffering gun shot wounds. Both men were rushed to the hospital, however one victim died upon arrival, officials said. The fatal victim has not been identified.
All three suspects were booked into the main Palm Beach County jail on Monday, and face charges of first-degree murder, delinquent possession of a firearm and false report of a capital felony crime.
Murvin and Dunnon appeared in court Tuesday and were denied bond. Hamilton wasn’t in court but remains in jail.
Dunnon accidentally shot his accomplice, Murvin, who was paralyzed from the waist down, PBSO said. He appeared in a wheelchair during his court appearance.
Hamilton drove Murvin and Dunnon to the area to shoot the man, according to the arrest report.
“It was rumored (victim’s name blacked out) to be involved in the disappearance of Johnny Worthens, a relative of Dunnon,” according to the arrest report. “The men reportedly told investigators it was a drug deal gone wrong, but detectives say that was not the case.”