Law enforcement officials apprehended a wanted man accused of murder and multiple carjacking crimes in Palm Beach County recently.
35-year-old Gregory B. Moore was arrested at the Mangonia Park Tri-Rail station in Palm Beach County at approximately at 3:15 p.m on Wednesday, December 3rd. He was identified as a fugitive and Boca Raton Police issued an order to be on the lookout for Moore after he was observed hours earlier in Deerfield Beach.
Moore is believed to have committed at least three carjacking offenses in towns throughout Broward County, specifically in Fort Lauderdale, Dania Beach, and Hallandale Beach. Officials say he unsuccessfully executed two other carjacking attempts as well.
In addition, Moore is accused of shooting a woman and a man in Hallandale Beach. The male victim subsequently died from his injuries, while the female victim is said to be in critical condition.
He was also arrested last week and charged with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon after Lauderhill police allegedly discovered him with a .38-caliber revolver when responding to a reported domestic dispute.
Considering the seriousness of the crimes for which he is accused, Moore could be sentenced to serve decades, if not life in prison. His lengthy criminal history will certainly contribute to the severity of the punishment imposed if he is ultimately convicted of his aforementioned alleged offenses.
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