No bond for brothers accused in Altamonte Springs fatal shooting

Published On: Jan 20 2014 05:18:56 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 21 2014 04:49:21 PM EST
ORLANDO, Fla. -

A judge denied bond on Tuesday for the brothers accused of shooting and killing a man near the Best Buy.

The investigation unfolded on Monday near State Road 436 and Weathersfield Avenue just in front of the Best Buy store police said was busy.

At 1:30 p.m. two men were walking westbound on State Road 436 when police said a man pulled up in a car next to them and started firing a gun at the two men.

The man then got back into the car, made a U-turn and kept firing across the lanes more than 10 times, killing one of the men, identified by police as 22-year-old Tevin Demetrius Davis, near a Best Buy parking lot.

The gold Chevrolet then drove away and was caught by authorities in front of South Seminole Hospital, police said. Two suspects were arrested after a short chase.

Pictures from the scene show a white van in a Best Buy parking lot appearing to have a bullet hole in it with crime scene tape around it.

The van's owner, Carlos, who did not want to give his last name, told Local 6 he was inside when several stray bullets from the shooting flew into the parking lot. One got lodged in the driver's side of his door.

"That would have struck somebody in the parking lot definitely, so I don't know, I guess I'm lucky," he said.

The suspected shooters were identified as 19-year-old Manuel Rodriguez and 19-year-old Christopher Rodriguez, who police said are brothers.

While the exact reason for the shooting is unknown, police said the shooting was not a random act of violence, as Davis and the Rodriquez brothers were known acquaintances of one another.

Both Manuel and Christopher Rodriguez were charged with first-degree premeditated murder and were taken to the Seminole County Jail for booking, police said.

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