FBI arrest 5 in 2010 armored car shooting of security officer www.privateofficer.com
Miami Fla Oct 15 2011 FBI agents arrested four men and one woman Friday morning in the 2010 shooting of a security guard during the robbery of a Brinks armored truck in Miramar.
The arrests were made without incident around 6 a.m. in Miami, North Miami and Miami Gardens, according to a statement John V. Gilles, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Miami Division.
The arrests include: Terrance Brown, 38, Toriano “Slick” Johnson, 34, Daryl Davis, 45, Hasam Williams, 35, and Laquisha Dansby, 34. All are expected to face federal charges and make their initial appearance in federal court on Monday.
It’s unknown what role the five played in the Oct. 1, 2010 shooting and robbery, which happened in broad daylight outside the Bank of America at 7950 Miramar Parkway.
Police said the robbery happened around noon as the Brinks truck pulled up to the bank branch. Shots rang out and by the time police arrived, security guard Alejandro Nordarse, 48, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Slain in Robbery More Multimedia The robbers tried to flee the scene, but their car crashed into a dumpster behind a nearby Pizza Hut. Authorities were able to arrest 31-year-old Nathanial Moss, but two other suspects in the car were able to flee the scene on foot.
Brown had been named a person of interest by the FBI just days after the fatal robbery, but he hadn’t been arrested until Friday.
The FBI, Miramar Police and the South Florida Fugitive Task Force believe other suspects may be involved and continue to investigate, Gillies said.