Skip to content

Double Homicide Victim Names Released, Cops Seek Tips


Two Shot, Killed In North Broward In Late February. Killer Still On The Loose. Large Reward.

These are the victims of the double murder in North Broward County on February 26th. The killer is still on the loose.


BROWARD COUNTY, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The identities of the two people killed in Pompano Beach on February 26th were released by the Broward Sheriff’s Office late Tuesday afternoon. With the name releases comes a plea for anyone with information to come forward.

This is the statement issued by BSO:

“Detectives are now releasing the names and photos of the deceased victims, 35-year-old Dayvon Johnson and 31-year-old Delana James. Homicide detectives said the subjects involved in the fatal shootings are considered armed and dangerous.

According to investigators, at approximately 9:01 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, BSO deputies responded to a shooting call at a convenience store located at 401 N.W. 27th Avenue in Pompano Beach. When deputies arrived, they located four people suffering from gunshot wounds. Pompano Beach Fire Rescue also responded and transported the victims to Broward Health North. An adult male victim and the adult female victim were pronounced deceased at the hospital. The remaining two victims sustained injuries that are not life threatening.

BSO’s Homicide Unit is asking anyone with information regarding the shooting, identity or location of the suspects to contact Homicide Detective Gino Parram at 954-321-4211 or submit a tip through the SaferWatch App. If you wish to remain anonymous, please contact Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477), online at, or dial **TIPS (8477) from any cellphone in the United States. Any Crime Stoppers tip that leads to an arrest in this case is eligible for a reward of up to $5,000.” 



Content copyright © 2023 Metro Desk Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. ® is a registered trademark of MetroDesk Media, LLC. For our intellectual property, terms, and conditions, read hereBroadcast stations must credit on air. Print must refer to Online must link to Contact news (at) Call 561-576-NEWS (6397). Arrest reports are police accusations. Guilt or innocence is determined in a court of law.