Kierson Wilson Forte Shot in a deadly triple shooting Deerfield Beach

Kierson Wilson Forte Shot in Deerfield Beach

Deerfield Beach News

Deerfield Beach Fl. – Broward Sheriff’s Office said Kierson Wilson Forte, 29, was shot and killed in a deadly triple shooting on NE 40th Street, Deerfield Beach, Florida.

Police are looking for the person who killed Kierson Wilson Forte.

Police were informed of the shooting when a 911 call was received at around 2 a.m. Wednesday.

Deputies arrived and saw that Kierson Wilson Forte had been shot. Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue took him to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

According to the sheriff’s office, the two others who were shot drove themselves to hospitals. They left before the MLA arrived.

According to WFOR-Ch. 4, neighbors said they heard gunshots and a car window had a bullet hole.

“We were in the house and just heard some gunshots,” one person told WFOR. “We were like what was happening. It seemed close so we started ducking into the house. We didn’t know what was going on. We peeked through the window. Then we stepped out of the house and everywhere Saw the police.”

Investigators at the scene are looking for evidence.

Anyone with information is being asked to call Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Stay tuned with us for more updates and the latest Deerfield Beach News.

2 men pretend to be US Marshals just to avoid wearing masks in Florida

The Duo threatened to arrest employees in the hotel

DEERFIELD BEACH, FLORIDA- According to the authorities, the two men, Gary Brummet and Walter Wayne are charged for pretending to be US Marshals and flashing phony credentials just to escape from wearing facial covers at a South Florida resort hotel.

According to a statement from the hotel, Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort, the two men, Gary, 53, and Walter, 81 had refused to cover their faces when asked to do so. Upon insisting, the two had made threats to arrest the employees of the hotel and saddle the hotel with a fine.

A real U.S Marshal was contacted, by an employee who found the two men suspicious. Reportedly the scheme collapsed when the real Marshals came into action by arresting the men on Feb. 11. Both the men are on charges of impersonating a federal officer.

According to the Investigating officers, the Hotel Manager said that one of the men had asked for a coffee and pretended to be a Marshal when asked to wear a mask. According to a Federal complaint, the man had next flashed a card that said that he was medically exempt from wearing one.

Also according to the complaint, when he was asked to wear a mask for the second time, Brummet, pointed to a badge he was wearing on his belt and asked the manager if he knew what it means and that he was a U.S Marshal and can have him arrested for forcing to wear a mask.

According to the news, the same confrontation was experienced by the staff with Brown Jr. when he first checked in to the hotel. Apparently one of the employees had given him a mask to wear which he refused saying he was a Marshal and didn’t have to wear one. He was also seen wearing a badge on his belt and a cord around his neck.

On Feb. 11, when Police entered the hotel, both the men were dining and wore “authentic appearing” circular badges that read, “Cherokee Nation Marshal.”

According to Investigations, the duo had never been employed as U.S Marshals or as Cherokee Nation Marshals.

The exempt cards and badges turned out to be fake during investigations.

Both Gary and Walter remain in Broward County jail upon arrest. According to jail reports, no attorneys were listed out on their behalf.

58 year old fake Deputy being arrested by real Deputies in Pompano Beach

58 year old fake Deputy being arrested by real Deputies in Pompano Beach 1

POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA- Carlwell Wilson who posed as the Broward Sherriff Deputy at a traffic stop in Pompano Beach was spotted and arrested on site. The Broward Sheriff’s office said that Wilson despite dressing up as a deputy, also flashed a badge and threatened a woman of “Suspicious activity.”

The Deerfield Beach man followed the woman’s vehicle in a dark blue Dodge caravan. According to the investigators, the woman had been followed behind the Bible College in South Florida in the 10th Street in Deerfield Beach.

The woman’s statement in the arrest report said that she was stopped by Wilson who said he was a Broward Sheriff Deputy and was conducting an area check for any suspicious activity. In her statement, she also said that Wilson asked for her name and said he could arrest her but he didn’t want to and that he was patrolling the area because he cared for the place.  Wilson had been wearing what looked like a white t-shirt with a Police emblem on and was reported to have left the area post-incident.

While the woman whose name is still not disclosed picked Wilson from a photographic lineup, the real deputies managed to identify the suspect. According to the investigators, the woman really believed Wilson to be a deputy.

Upon a three-day search, Wilson was arrested in Pompano Beach on January, 30. The charges he was pressed with included impersonating a law enforcement officer and false imprisonment. Records show Wilson, being held in the Broward Jail on a $300,000 bond.