Teen charged as adult in fatal shooting at ATM in North Miami Beach

Marcine Hill, 17, faces charge of second-degree murder

By Peter Burke - Local10.com Managing Editor

MIAMI - A 17-year-old boy arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a man at a Bank of America ATM in North Miami Beach is being charged as an adult.

Marcine Hill appeared in bond court Tuesday after the state filed its intent to prosecute him as an adult.

Hill faces a second-degree murder charge in the Nov. 1 robbery and fatal shooting of Dillon Bud Calvin Steve, 26, while he was using the ATM.

Surveillance images of the gunman showed that he was wearing an Ecko hooded sweatshirt that had a skull on the hood. The sweatshirt had the words "Kill Batman" and "Haha" written on it. 

Police said Steve's mother witnessed the shooting while she was sitting in their van. 

Hill was arrested two days later in Lauderhill.  

Records show that Hill has been arrested 15 other times in South Florida since 2011 on various charges, including petty theft, grand theft, burglary and robbery. 

Hill has been in jail without bond since his arrest. He could face life in prison if convicted.

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