2 Victims in Miramar Shooting Dropped Off on Man's Front Lawn

Three victims were found in separate locations after reports of gun shots near 6200 block of Southwest 22nd Court in Miramar.

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    David Rasin's morning routine was interrupted when he looked out his front window and saw a young woman in distress on his lawn.

    "I was eating breakfast and I happened to see a woman staggering across my grass," he said. "So I ran outside to find out what's going on, and I see a black Mercedes dropping another guy off, talking about he got shot."

    Miramar Shooting Victims Dropped Off on Man's Front Yard

    [MI] Miramar Shooting Victims Dropped Off on Man's Front Yard
    Three victims were found in separate locations after reports of gunshots in a Miramar neighborhood. Two of those victims were dropped off on a man's yard more than two miles away. The man told NBC 6's Betty Yu he does not know the victims. (Published Sunday, Jun 16, 2013)

    Miramar police said the man and woman were shot more than 2 miles away on the 6200 block of Southwest 22nd court at 7:15 a.m. Saturday.

    Rasin's wife called 911, as the Benz sped off. He had seen the driver and passenger of the car dump the injured man on his property on the 7800 block of Alhambra Boulevard.

    "They put him on the lawn, and I seen that he had a couple of holes in his shirt," Rasin said. "He was bleeding really bad, so God willing I hope he make it."
     
    Miramar Fire Rescue rushed the man to the hospital in critical condition. The woman was also taken to the hospital and is expected to survive her injuries.

    Miramar Police are looking for a motive and the shooters. So far, they have few leads.

    Rasin recalls hearing an argument among the passengers in the car when they stopped outside his home.  

    "Thing is, if you're a friend, you drop somebody off at a hospital, you don't drop them off at somebody's yard," he said.

    Miramar Police said a third victim in the shooting is a man who walked into a nearby urgent car center with gunshot wounds.

    Anyone with information about the shooting is urged to call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS(8477).

    Stay with NBC6.com and NBC 6 South Florida for updates.