BOYNTON BEACH BODY: Police Charge Delray Man With Murder

Boynton Beach Delray Beach Florida News

Body Found In Car. In Garage. Suspect In Custody.

Brandon Ceasar, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.


BOYNTON BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Delray Beach man is facing homicide and several other charges Monday morning — several days after a body was found in a car, in a garage, in Boynton Beach.

PBSO says Brandon Ceasar of 311 NW 11th Avenue is responsible for the death of the man who has not yet been identified. Detectives issued this statement about the deadly find on June 25th:

“Deputies responded to the 5300 block of Cedar Lake Road located in the Reserve at Ashley Lake Development in reference to a police service call. Upon arrival, deputies located a deceased male inside the vehicle. Detectives from the Violent Crimes Division arrived on scene to investigate this incident as a Homicide. The motive as well as suspect information is unknown at this time.”

Late Sunday night, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office issued this update:

“Further investigation led to the identity of the suspect, Brandon Ceasar, DOB: 7/21/91. Brandon was arrested, today, and transported to the PBC Jail to face the following charges:First-degree Murder, Robbery with a Firearm, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Arson, and Destruction of Evidence.”

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