1 injured, 1 dead after domestic violence shooting in Pembroke Pines

PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. – A domestic violence incident in Pembroke Pines left a woman injured and a man dead on Friday, according to the Pembroke Pines Police Department. It was a gruesome family tragedy; a man shot his parents, a relative said.

Sgt. Christian Rogers, a spokesman for the police department, said officers responded about 4 p.m. to the home at 314 SW 191st Ave. for a welfare check in the quiet Estancia community.

“They discovered a deceased male laying on the ground in the inside of the residence, as well as an injured female,” Rogers said.

Shooting investigation continues in Pembroke Pines' Estancia community

Fire Rescue personnel rushed the woman from the four-bedroom home to Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood where she remained on Saturday morning.

Rogers said officers arrested a relative of the two victims. The man who died and the woman injured are married and they are the parents of their attacker, a relative who does not want to be identified told Local 10 News on Friday night.

Friday shooting investigation continues in Pembroke Pines

The investigation prompted officers to close Southwest 191st Avenue between Third and Fourth Streets near the St. Edward Catholic Church.

Broward County Property Appraiser records show Fitzroy and Joan E. Grant are the owners of the home. Voter records show Campbell-Grant is 65 and Fitzroy Grant is 78. Andrew Terje Olivier Grant, 30, is also registered to vote under this address.

Detectives are asking anyone with information about the domestic violence attack to call the Pembroke Pines Police Department at 954-431-2200 or Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477.

Detectives investigate shooting in Pembroke Pines

Local 10 News Assignment Desk Editor Wilson Louis contributed to this report.

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