A second suspect has been arrested–Ronel Desinor, 27, of Pompano Beach–in a man’s slaying after his alleged accomplice mistakenly pocket-dialed 911 and was recorded discussing the murder plan. He was arrested Monday evening on the charge of first-degree murder in the May 5 highway shooting death of Nicholas Walker.
Desinor’s arrest came weeks after the Broward Sheriff’s Office arrested their first suspect, Scott Simon, 24, on a murder charge. According to authorities, Simon mistakenly pocket-dialed 911 and was heard on the recorded call saying he was going to follow Walker home and kill him. After further reviewing Desinor’s case, authorities found that Desinor has had a number of run-ins with the law. The police also know that the accidental 911 call took place just minutes before the fatal shooting.
While sheriff’s officials have described Simon as the “mastermind” in the case, it now appears Desinor was allegedly the driver and shooter in the incident, firing six shots at Walker. Even though the victim’s car burst into flames, officials say Walker died of multiple gunshot wounds. The detectives believe that the incident originated from a dispute at Waffle House.
BSO officials have still not solved this tragic incident and are asking that anyone with information about the case to call Detective Bryan Tutler at 954-321-4281 or Broward Crime Stoppers, anonymously, at 954-493-8477.
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