Man Charged With Triple Murder Arrested Again

Belizaire was arrested during a traffic stop for carrying a concealed firearm.

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    Miami-Dade Corrections
    Lineten Belizaire

    The man who was released from jail after being charged in a Lauderdale Lakes triple-murder was arrested again on weapons charges, according to Miami-Dade Police.

    Lineten Belizaire, 21, was arrested Thursday night by the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Robbery Intervention Detail detectives. He faces a charge of carrying a concealed firearm and is being held on $5,000 bond.

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    Lineten Belizaire, 20, appeared in a Miami-Dade County court on Monday. (Published Monday, Jan 23, 2012)

    The black and silver semiautomatic Ruger 9 mm firearm was discovered by an officer during a traffic stop. The officer said Belizaire was “nervous and worried upon my [his] contact,” according to an arrest form.

    When the officer asked if there were any weapons in the car, Belizaire said “No, officer. You can check if you like,” the report said.

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    Lineten Belizaire, 21, had been in custody since his arrest on Jan. 22 on first-degree murder charges in the deaths of 6-month-old Carlton Stringer, Jr., his 25-year-old mother, Natasha Plummer, and 21-year-old roommate Octavia Barnett. (Published Friday, Mar 2, 2012)

    Police said the Ruger was sticking out of the passenger seat “accessible to the defendant for his use.”

    Belizaire said he had been in possession of the vehicle the entire day and refused to talk about the gun, according to the report.

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    The man charged with murdering two women and a 6-month-old child in January in Lauderdale Lakes was released Friday after a grand jury decided not to indict him. Lineten Belizaire, 21, had been in custody since his arrest on Jan. 22 on first-degree murder charges in the deaths of 6-month-old Carlton Stringer, Jr., his 25-year-old mother, Natasha Plummer, and 21-year-old roommate Octavia Barnett. Lineten Belizaire, 21, had been in custody since his arrest on Jan. 22 on first-degree murder charges in the deaths of 6-month-old Carlton Stringer, Jr., his 25-year-old mother, Natasha Plummer, and 21-year-old roommate Octavia Barnett. (Published Friday, Mar 2, 2012)

    In January, Belizaire was arrested and charged in the murder of two women and a 6-month-old baby in Lauderdale Lakes.

    He was released earlier this month after a grand jury decided not to indict him.