Skip to comments.Suspect in Canadian snowbird's killing gives up
Posted on 01/28/2014 7:05:52 AM PST by ConservativeStatement
HOLLYWOOD For the second time in a little more than a year, South Florida's sizable snowbird community has been rocked by a violent homicide the bloodied corpse of a 58-year-old Montreal man found outside the condominium where he had been staying. Monday night, the man suspected in the killing surrendered.
We're all afraid, said Suzanne Breier, a snowbird from Milwaukee and resident of the five-story building at the corner of Jefferson Street and Federal Highway, where the body of Domenico Perruccio was discovered early Sunday.
(Excerpt) Read more at sun-sentinel.com ...
What’s to be afraid of? When seconds count, the police are only minutes away. /s
Usual suspect. I’m amazed he was identified.
I thought for a moment there that someone had violated the EPA mandate concerning snowbirds.
So this has nothing to do with the RCAF
The only reason he was ID’d quickly is that this string of violence at the hands of the usual suspects is scaring away their winter residents and tourist trade. Taking the money out of the pockets of the influential locals. If they were killing each other there would be much less attention.
i feel bad laughing, but i also thought it was an actual bird they were talking about!
Looks like they could use a neighborhood watch.
or snow geese?
Why would a snowbird choose Homestead?
That was my other thought when I 1st read the title.
I don’t know what they are afraid of this snow bird carry’s a Glock.
Something the Canadian birds mostly don’t do.
I hear Eric Holder and the DOJ are looking into a possible hat....
Never mind. Wrong scenario.
First word in story. “HOLLYWOOD”
Yeah, I laughed at myself. I should have known better, but it was before I saw where the story originated. I sure know what Snowbirds are, having lived in Miami for 10 years.
Yep, just as I suspected.
Now I’ve got that damn Anne Murray song stuck in my head.
Brings back some memories hearing all those names that are so familiar back in the 60s. I lived in the heart of Miami on NW 36th st for a few years, then moved down to Perrine. Left in 64. Many times played on the Hallendale Beach. Then out on Biscayne Bay. I Remember Liberty City (I can only imagine what it’s like now). They say that once you get sand in your shoes you will always go back(to FL). Not me. I was happy to leave and never have wanted to go back. I don’t like anything about FL.
Ohhhh sorry about that. Brain read One word and wrote the other.
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