Haitian man killed while shopping for home in Pompano Beach, Florida
A Haitian man becomes a victime while shopping for a new home for his family. Kenol Jean who is a former member of the Haitian military was killed in Pompano Beach, Florida.
Canal Jean, 51, an ex-sergeant from Port-au-Prince was killed by an unknown gunman while he was touring on February 26 morning near Fort Lauderdale , accompanying his wife and a real estate agent who was showing them a house on the 2700 block of Northwest Sixth Court. Jean was in the Haitian army till Jean-Bertrand Aristide took over. A nearby surveillance footage showed a man in his mid-50s, running with salt and pepper hair and beard, wearing a hat, jeans and a checked black, beige and maroon long-sleeved, button-down shirt. Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue took Jean to Broward Health Medical Center in downtown Fort Lauderdale, where he was pronounced dead. The Sheriff's Office as per investigator's report believes that the motive behind the murder was robbery.