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Victim: Corey Carbocci

Illegal Alien Opens Fire on Cops - Kills 1, and Seriously Injures Another








Perpetrator: Eloyn D. Ingraham

Crime Description:

On October 6, 2006, Deputy Brian Tephford, 34, of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, and Deputy Corey Carbocci, 37, who was called to assist, were shot during a traffic stop incident.

After Carbocci arrived, the suspects approached the patrol cars and opened fire, striking both deputies. Neither deputies had a chance to fire his own weapon. Carbocci, who was wearing a protective vest when he was shot four times, was in stable condition at Broward General Medical Center and was expected to make a full recovery. Tephford, who was shot twice, was not wearing a protective vest. He was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Illegal alien Eloyn D. Ingraham was charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder of a law enforcement officer. Illegal aliens Bernard Forbes and Andre Delancy were charged with accessory after the fact.

Three Bahamian men were charged in connection with opening fire on the two deputies - killing one and seriously injuring the other. Eloyn Devon Ingraham, 28, was charged with first degree murder of Deputy Tephford, 34, and the attempted murder of Deputy Carbocci, 37, according to the Broward County Sheriff's office. Two other men, both Bahamians, who were seen on surveillance video with Ingraham, were also arrested. Arron Bernard Forbes, 22, and Andre M Delancy,l9, were charged with accessory after the fact.

Delancy, 19, and Forbes, 22, are reportedly Bahamian nationals illegally in the US.

The defendants are charged with one count each of attempted murder and murder. Since two of the defendants are illegal aliens they will not be freed even if they post bail. Police caught the bunch in a Dania, FL hotel with 5 guns and ammo.

Delancy was previously arrested by Hollywood, Florida in 2004. Delancy was charged with removing the serial number from a gun.



Documentation:

This incident was reported by NBC6 in South Florida in:
One Broward Deputy Shot Dead, One Injured In Traffic-Stop Ambush
Man Charged With Killing Broward Sheriff's Deputy
Final Arrangements Made For Slain BSO Deputy


November, 2006 Miami Herald
Thousands honor slain Broward deputy