Andrew Ford Obituary, Death Cause – Brandon Prince, 34, of Pompano Beach, and Zonchez Prince, 39, of Jacksonville have been identified by investigators as the two brothers who were engaged in a gunshot that resulted in a fatality earlier this month in Broward County. The incident was claimed to have occurred just before 3 a.m. on May 12 in the vicinity of the 2300 block of Northwest Sixth Street in Pompano Beach, which is the location of the victim’s residence, as stated by the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Caro stated that Zonchez Prince was located in Clay County on Friday, but when officers from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office SWAT team attempted to take him into custody, he pulled out a gun, which caused the police to fire their firearms, resulting in his death. The primary agencies looking into that shooting are the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and the State Attorney’s Office for the Fourth Judicial Circuit.
After arriving at the scene, deputies discovered that the victim, 32-year-old Andrew Ford, was suffering from gunshot wounds. In the moments before the arrival of Pompano Beach Fire Rescue, a deputy quickly began administering life-saving efforts. After that, paramedics took Ford to a nearby hospital, where he ultimately passed away. The perpetrators were later recognized by police, and a warrant was issued for their arrest, according to Claudinne Caro, a spokeswoman for the Boston Sheriff’s Office (BSO).
Caro stated that BSO deputies spotted Brandon Prince on Sunday in Fort Lauderdale and arrested him after pulling him over for a traffic violation. After being taken to the BSO Main Jail, he was charged with one crime of murder in the first degree when he arrived there. There is no evidence to suggest why the shooting occurred.