Calling him a “suspected serial killer,” authorities say a 25-year-old Miami real estate agent may be responsible for the killing of two homeless men and the shooting of a third.
The suspect, Willy Suarez Maceo, of Kendall, was charged early Friday with attempted murder for the non-fatal shooting of a homeless man near downtown Miami.
Maceo made his first appearance in Miami-Dade Circuit Court on Friday afternoon, and was ordered held without bond.
The shooting happened on Tuesday night near downtown Miami. Police say Maceo, in an unprovoked attacked, shot the homeless man, who was struck in the head and survived. He told police he had no idea how he’d been injured.
About two hours later, Miami’s police chief said, Maceo is believed to have pulled up in a black Dodge Charger and from the car shot and killed another homeless man as he slept on the sidewalk in Wynwood, sparking an exhaustive around-the-clock investigation. In that case, Maceo has yet to be charged with the killing of Jerome Antonio Price, 56, a shooting that was captured on surveillance video.
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SOURCE: Miami Herald, David Ovalle and Samantha J. Gross