Brevard Grand Jury Indicts Kendall Britt For First-Degree Premeditated Murder in Death of Anthony Greenwood
By Space Coast Daily // March 30, 2022
murder happened on January 18, 2022
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – A Brevard Grand Jury has indicted 26-year-old Kendall Britt for First Degree Premeditated Murder in connection to the shooting death of 45-year-old Anthony Greenwood, who was found dead at a residence in unincorporated Cocoa on January 18, 2022.
The case began when Brevard County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a 911 call from Britt at 2462 Uranus Drive in Cocoa, where they discovered the body of Greenwood who had been shot to death. Britt and Greenwood had been staying at the residence prior to the murder.
However, Britt claims he was not at home when the incident took place.
The Brevard Medical Examiner ruled the death a homicide.
In a weeks-long investigation, deputies were able to link Britt to both the crime scene and Greenwood’s murder using witness testimony, physical evidence, and telephone records.
A warrant charging Britt with First Degree Murder was obtained on February 25, 2022, and served at the Brevard County Jail, where Britt was already in custody on other charges.
With the indictment, Britt will continue to be held on No Bond.
The Grand Jury heard testimony from the Brevard Medical Examiner, a Brevard County Sheriff’s Office crime scene investigator and detective, and two lay witnesses before returning with the indictment.