PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. – A shooting suspect who barricaded himself inside a home Thursday morning in Pembroke Pines has been arrested, authorities said.
Pembroke Pines police said their SWAT team was outside the home at 1920 NW 78th Terrace in the Walnut Creek community, trying to get the suspect to come outside.
The area was blocked off during the investigation.
Pembroke Pines police said the suspect, Ahmad Antwaun Robinson, 28, was arrested by Miramar police.
According to an arrest affidavit, Robinson shot at a car Wednesday near the 11300 block of Miramar Boulevard.
The victim, Ronald Ross, told police that he was entering the security gate of the Landings community in Pembroke Pines when three men got out of a white 4-door Porsche that was in front of him.
He said one of the men, who he knew as "Booban," grabbed his waistband as if to retrieve a gun and said, "There he go."
Ross told detectives that he drove away in fear for his life and the Porsche followed him to Miramar Boulevard.
Police said several shots were fired at Ross' vehicle from the Porsche, but Ross couldn't see who was shooting at him.
Ross was not injured.
According to the arrest affidavit, Ross told detectives that he believed "Booban" shot at him because he had been dating the suspect's wife, Symphoni Robinson.
A Pembroke Pines police officer said he was familiar with "Booban," whose real name is Ahmad Robinson.
Robinson faces multiple charges including attempted murder, shooting into an occupied conveyance and violation of probation.