Suspect arrested in student shooting accused of killing man 4 days later

Fatal shooting witnessed by child, authorities say

Devin Lewis is accused of robbing and shooting international student Frank Hammar.

MIAMI – A man arrested in connection with the armed robbery and shooting of an international student in Wynwood is accused of killing a man just four days after the shooting.

According to an arrest report, fingerprints taken from the second shooting victim's car matched those of Devin Lewis.

Miami police said the victim pulled into his driveway in the 1400 block of Northwest 58th Terrace June 11 and was approached by Lewis, 25, who was armed with a handgun.

Police said Lewis told the victim not to move, and when the man turned toward Lewis, he shot the victim twice in the chest.

The victim fell to the ground and Lewis snatched chains from his neck, the report said.

The victim was taken to a hospital, where he died.

Police said surveillance video captured the attack and a child who witnessed the shooting identified Lewis as the gunman through a photo lineup.

Lewis faces a first-degree murder charge, as well as charges of attempted murder and armed robbery with a firearm in the earlier incident involving Miami Ad School student Frank Hammar.

Hammar was shot June 7, shortly after he finished eating dinner with his parents at the Wynwood Diner.