ORLANDO, Fla. — Three people are now facing first-degree murder charges in connection to the death of an Orlando man in mid-April, court and jail records show.
Chase Quintin Dixon, 29, Precious Mae Holmes, 20, and Oscar Chambers, 30, face charges of first-degree murder in connection with Hanks death, according to jail and court records.
At the time, investigators were looking for the shooter who goes by the street name “Pooh.”
According to an arrest warrant, detectives determined Pooh to be Dixon, but investigators now believe all three to be involved.
Witnesses told investigators Hanks owed Chambers $1,000 from a check fraud scheme, according to the arrest warrant.
The arrest warrant states the murder occurred while Hanks was being robbed of his ATM card.
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