A Florida teen is behind bars after police say he is the suspect seen in surveillance footage fatally attacking a man at a North Miami Beach ATM.
According to the New York Post, 26-year-old Dillon Bud Calvin Steve was withdrawing some cash from the machine when authorities allege 17-year-old Marcine Bernard approached from behind and shot him.
As seen in the footage released by the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office this week, the suspect appears to walk up to the victim nonchalantly before a confrontation takes place.
Steve apparently made a move toward Calvin before grasping his left chest and staggering off into a parking lot as his shirt becomes soaked with blood.
Before he falls to the ground, the victim reportedly attempted to make his way back to his mother waiting in a nearby vehicle.
He collapsed on the pavement a short time later and was pronounced dead after his arrival at an area hospital.
The suspect’s uncovered face is visible in the video footage, as is a distinctive jacket with the phrases “Ha Ha” and “Kill Batman” printed on its sleeves.
The incident occurred in November, the same month prosecutors filed murder charges against him.
As the Miami Herald reported, Hill could spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted, though because of his age at the time of the crime he is not eligible for the death penalty.
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[Featured images: Dillon Steve, Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office/Marcine Hill, Miami-Dade Corrections]