Second teen arrested in Boyd Anderson murder case
Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives have arrested another suspect in the murder of a Boyd Anderson High School student.
Through solid detective work, BSO homicide detectives located 18-year-old Terrance Eugene James in Hialeah Tuesday (April 28) afternoon and picked him up on the Broward County murder warrant. James was brought back to the Public Safety Building for questioning and then transported to BSO’s Main Jail where he is being held without bond.
Investigators said they are still eager to speak with 18-year-old Korey “K.T.” Thompson, who was identified as one of the men inside the vehicle the night of Gregory Smith’s murder. “Fats,” whose name is being withheld for investigative reasons, was turned in by his mother on Friday, April 17, and is cooperating with detectives.
Detectives are still asking the owner of the dark green Mustang that Terrance James borrowed on that fateful night to come forward.
On April 4, Gregory Smith was with a group of friends in the 4100 block of NW 29 Avenue, in front of Boyd Anderson High School, waiting for someone to pick them up following a school function, when he was shot and killed.
Anyone with information should contact BSO Homicide Detective Scott Champagne at Anonymous tips can be provided to Broward Crime Stoppers by calling 954-493-TIPS or by visiting www.browardcrimestoppers.org.
See previous stories here and also here.
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