Two arrested, three sought in Fla. slaying of Stone Mountain teen

Two men are in custody and arrest warrants have been issued for three other people wanted for the July death of a 13-year-old Stone Mountain boy gunned down while visiting Daytona Beach, Fla.

Lloyd Robinson Jr. was visiting his father, Lloyd Robinson Sr., when he was killed in the early morning hours of July 20.

Daytona Beach police spokesman Jimmie Flynt said a woman, likely acting as a decoy, knocked on the back door of the elder Robinson’s residence, and when the teen went to the sliding glass door, “a black male came from around the corner and started firing.”

One bullet struck Lloyd Jr. in the face, while another grazed the arm of his father.

Ronald Roscoe and Tarod Weaver, both 21, were arrested last Wednesday.

Police Chief Mike Chitwood told the Daytona Beach News-Journal that the two were arrested on a traffic stop after police received a tip that Roscoe was driving on a suspended license and may have been involved in the shooting.

Both Roscoe and Weaver were charged with first degree murder.

Police also found suspected cocaine in the vehicle, and a handgun was found under Weaver’s seat, according to the News-Journal.

Police later issued arrest warrants for three other suspects, Tyrone T. Ward, 32, of Deland, Fla., Ervin Dale Shipman, 21, of Deland, and Carine Denise Doctor, 26, of Clewiston, Fla. All are wanted for first degree murder, according to police.

“This was an armed takeover,” Chitwood told WESH-TV.

“They went there for a specific reason with a specific target to get specific items out of that house, and after the shots rang out, the first person, the gunman, tries to forcibly enter the property and there’s a backup team waiting for him to get in there,” Chitwood told the Orlando television station. “Once he gets in, they’re going to storm the house also so that with overwhelming odds they can go in and search that place top to bottom to find whatever it is they were looking for.”