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Coral Springs Police Make Arrest in Local Homicide Case

Post Date:11/08/2019 2:37 PM

CORAL SPRINGS, FLORIDA – On November 7th, 2019, at approximately 10 p.m., the Coral Springs Police Department (with the assistance of the Coconut Creek Police Department) arrested Tevaughn Jerome Campbell, 27, of Coconut Creek, for first degree murder in the shooting death of Hicksbert Dwight Grant, 48, of Coral Springs on October 29th, 2019.

The Coral Springs Police Department wishes to thank the Coconut Creek Police Department and the Broward Sheriff’s Office Crime Lab for their assistance. Due to a collaborated effort between jurisdictions, Campbell was arrested and taken off the streets preventing any further victims.

Despite the arrest, the Coral Springs Police Department Crimes Against Person Unit is still actively investigating the incident and encourages anyone with information regarding the shooting to contact Detectives Koenig 954-346-1229 or Detective Randazzo 954-346-1262.

The Coral Springs Police Department will be hosting the media today, November 8th, at 2:30 p.m. to provide details of the investigation and allow media to ask questions to our Crimes Against Persons Supervisor. Interested media will be hosted at the Coral Springs Police Department located at 2801 Coral Springs Drive and will be provided with an interior room for setup at 2 p.m.

For direct contact regarding this event you may contact me at (954) 444-9397 or by submitting an email request to

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Chris Swinson, Officer
Police Department/Traffic Unit
Special Events Coordinator Public Information Officer
(954) 346-1749

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