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HOW BSO CAUGHT SUSPECT IN POMPANO BEACH SNOWBIRD MURDERS

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May 16, 2019 4:09 PM.  Pompano Beach Snowbird Murders: BSO has arrested a suspect in the nearly two month old murder of a Canadian snowbird couple killed in their Pompano Beach Mobile Home.  continued below…

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Quinton Johnson, 28, of Pompano Beach, has been charged with murdering Marc Gagne, 80, and his wife Rita Gagne, 78 during a robbery of their home.  The bodies of the couple were found on March 22nd, but it is believed they were dead for at least two days at that point.

Johnson was already being held Broward County jail, suspected in the shooting and robbery of a 67-year-old man at a Pompano Beach Bank of America ATM, also in March.

NBC 6 reports, “Authorities haven’t said how [the couple was] killed, but said forensic evidence and witness accounts led them to Johnson.”

As per Local 10 News, “According to an arrest warrant, Johnson confessed to someone about the killings and said he was in the process of committing a burglary when it occurred. Authorities said Johnson told the person … he committed the crimes by himself ‘because when you do stuff like that, nobody can tell on you’.”

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