Brevard County Jury Issues Two Indictments For 2018 Death of D’Chaun Green, Garza Wanted By Police

By  //  January 31, 2019

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A Brevard County jury has charged 21-year-old Antonio Anderson from Palm Springs and 22-year-old Ricardo Garza with First Degree Felony Murder and Armed Robbery with Firearm.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – A Brevard County Grand Jury issued indictments for two men in the death of 23-year-old D’Chaun Green.

The jury has charged 21-year-old Antonio Anderson from Palm Springs and 22-year-old Ricardo Garza with First Degree Felony Murder and Armed Robbery with Firearm.

Garza, from Coral Springs, is still wanted by police and remains a fugitive.

Ricardo Garza, 22, from Coral Springs, is still wanted by police and remains a fugitive.

According to the investigation, a 911 call was received by the Palm Bay Police Department on December 18, 2018, at 10:52 am, about shots fired.

When police arrived, they discovered a car had crashed into a tree and a wall in front of 1698 Sunny Brook Ln.

Inside the car police found Green shot dead.

After a review of surveillance footage, video showed investigators Green arrived in his car at 1698 Sunny Brook Ln.and backed into a parking spot.

A second car occupied by two men, later to be identified as Anderson and Garza, parked nearby.

ABOVE VIDEO: Deadly shooting occurred on December 18, 2018.

One of the men is seen in the footage approaching Green and firing a gun into Green’s car.

After Green had been shot, Green’s car rolled forward, hitting a wall and a tree.

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The gunman is seen retrieving a bag from Green’s car and fled the scene with the driver, according to the State Attorney’s office.

A Brevard County Grand Jury issued indictments for two men in the death of 23-year-old D’Chaun Green.

The Grand Jury heard testimony from the Brevard County Medical Examiner, Palm Bay Police Investigators, and a lay witness before returning with the indictments.

Anderson is in custody in Palm Beach County on unrelated charges with a No Bond status.

State Attorney’s office says the date for Anderson’s return to Brevard County hasn’t been determined.

Anyone with information as to Ricardo Garza’s whereabouts is asked to contact Palm Bay Police at 321-952-3539 or you can remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward by calling Crimeline at 407-423-TIPS (8477).

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