Two 16-year-old boys are being held within the Broward County Jail with out bond, accused of arranging to satisfy the vendor of a PlayStation 5 after which robbing him at gunpoint, and it might not be their first time.
The vendor posted the online game console on the market on Supply Up for $750. An account-holder utilizing the title “Dexter Mark” provided to purchase it.
Bryce D’Wayne McFadden and Jaquan Wayne McFadden met the vendor April 12 in Oakland Park, in keeping with the arrest report.
The vendor’s sister drove him to the assembly however when he bought out of the automobile one of many two teenagers grabbed on the PlayStation 5. The vendor wouldn’t let go so the opposite teen pulled out a gun and struck the vendor on the pinnacle, the report said.
The vendor fell to the bottom and the 2 teenagers ran off with the gaming console, the report mentioned. The sufferer’s sister noticed them velocity away in a white automobile.
Three days earlier, a pair of trainers posted on Supply Up had been stolen at gunpoint by 4 males in Plantation and so they drove off in a white Dodge Charger. The account-holder’s title was “Johnny,” police mentioned.
That account was traced to a lady in Coconut Creek. She is the mom of Bryce McFadden. She additionally has a connection to a white Dodge Charger that was reported stolen, detectives mentioned.
Police linked her son to the Charger when Bryce McFadden bought a visitors ticket in September in Fort Lauderdale.
The Play Station 5 vendor who was robbed was capable of determine Bryce and Jaquan McFadden from a photograph line-up.
Each youngsters had been booked within the jail Tuesday. Bryce McFadden lived in Coconut Creek however Jaquan McFadden was dropped at Broward from his house in Fort Pierce.
Each are charged as adults with armed theft in Broward County and are being investigated for the same armed theft in St. Lucie County.