4 Charged With Murder in Pembroke Pines Home Invasion That Ended in Suspect's Shooting Death

Four suspects are facing felony murder charges after an armed home invasion in Pembroke Pines ended with a fellow suspect dead when the resident opened fire, police said.

The home invasion happened early Friday morning at an apartment at 11938 Southwest 12th Street, Pembroke Pines Police said.

According to arrest reports, four of the five suspects entered the apartment through an unlocked front door around 12:45 a.m.

During the course of the home invasion, one of the residents, Kibwe Clark, opened fire on the suspects, hitting 23-year-old Milot Desir, the reports said.

As officers were responding to the home, the other suspects drove Desir to Memorial Hospital West, where he later died.

The suspects admitted to officers that they had gone to the apartment and claimed they were owed money by Clark, the reports said.

Charged in the crime are 20-year-old Milton Desir, 23-year-old Cleveland Glover and 21-year-old Eddrick Butler. Alexis Brantley, 18, assisted in the planning and facilitating of the robbery, police said.

The four suspects face home invasion robbery and felony murder charges. It was unknown if they've hired attorneys.

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