Brevard County Jury Indicts Two Men of First-Degree Murder For Shooting Death of Palm Bay Man

By  //  April 4, 2019

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Salvatore Calarri killed by Switzer and Williams on Jan. 10

Frederick Charles Switzer, 48, indicted on first-degree murder by a Brevard County Grand Jury.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – A Brevard County Grand Jury indicted two men for first-degree murder on Wednesday for the shooting death of Salvatore Calarri on January 10 in Palm Bay.

The two men have been identified as 48-year-old Frederick Charles Switzer and 28-year-old Robert Anthony Williams.

The case started on January 10 after the girlfriend of Calarri returned home to find him dead on the floor of their kitchen.

After calling 911, police began their investigation and determined that Calarri was shot to death during a drug related burglary.

Investigators were able to match DNA samples found at the scene to the suspects Switzer and Williams.

Forensic evidence tied both men to the crime, along with a written plan for the burglary, according to the State Attorney’s Office.

Palm Bay Police obtained arrest warrants for both men in March 2019.

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Switzer is in custody at the Brevard County Jail with no bond.

Williams is in custody at the Okeechobee County Jail on unrelated drug charges, with a no bond hold for the Brevard warrant.

Switzer and Williams have also been indicted on armed robbery by the grand jury.

No trial dates have been set.