Reinstate "Ol' Sparky" for the "Dunkin Donuts" Murderers sign now

We, the citizens of the State of Florida, do hereby request the Attorney General of Florida to reinstate the electric chair as punishment for the following criminals if they are found guilty of murder int he first degree.

We find that lethal injection is too kind and humane for these individuals.

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Murder charges are being filed against three men suspected of being involved in a recent rash of shootings and robberies at several South Florida Dunkin' Donuts shops, authorities said today.

Tharod Bell, 21, of Fort Lauderdale, and James Herard, 19, of Lauderhill, will face first-degree murder charges after a 56-year-old customer shot in a Tamarac Dunkin' Donuts on Nov. 27 died in the hospital Sunday, the Broward Sheriff's Office said.

Kiem Huynh, of Fort Lauderdale, was shot in the back.

Bell and Herard also are facing first-degree murder charges in connection with the Nov. 14 shotgun death of a 39-year-old man in Lauderhill, Police Chief Kenneth Pachnek said today.



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South Florida Crime and Safety: News, tips and more Charles Faustin, 18, of Fort Lauderdale, who also was arrested last week in connection with the Dunkin' Donuts robberies in Broward and Palm Beach counties, faces a first-degree murder charge in the same case, Pachnek said.

Besides Bell, Herard and Faustin, two others are accused of being involved in the Dunkin' Donuts robbery spree: Jonathan Jackson, 23, of Lauderhill; and Calvin Weatherspoon, 20, of Lauderdale Lakes.

All are being held without bond on armed robbery charges.

Pachnek said Eric Jean-Pierre was killed with a blast from a shotgun as he walked in the 2100 block of Northwest 55th Avenue on his way home from work.

During a press conference, Pachnek described how the trio of men drove up and randomly found Jean-Pierre to shoot.

As Faustin drove a white Toyota Camry, Herard and Bell rode as passengers. Pachnek said Herard instructed Bell, who was armed with a 20-gauge shotgun, to find and kill someone.

As they drove along Northwest 55th Avenue, they found Jean-Pierre.

Police said Herard then told Bell to "bust him, bust him." Bell then shot Jean-Pierre in the heart, killing him.

As the men fled, they bragged about how funny Jean-Pierre sounded as he was shot, Packnek said.

"Hopefully, they will never set foot in our communities again," Pachnek said.

The five suspects are accused of also robbing a Dunkin' Donuts in Sunrise on Nov. 24 and a Dunkin' Donuts in Delray Beach and a 7-Eleven store in Pompano Beach on Nov. 26, the Sheriff's Office said.

Four people were wounded in the Delray Beach robbery.

Five shotgun shells, dark-colored clothing, bandanas and victims' credit cards were found at the home of Jackson's girlfriend, according to court documents.

Sheriff's detectives searched the home just hours after his Wednesday arrest, according to a search warrant made available today.

One of his alleged accomplices told investigators that the shotgun shells could be found in the home, according to the search warrant.

In addition, detectives videotaped Jackson talking about the shotgun shells when he was placed in an interview room with Weatherspoon, court records show.

"I should have gotten rid of the spent shells in the top dresser drawer," Jackson said on tape.

The investigation is active and ongoing as detectives continue to gather information and collect evidence. Anyone with information regarding the crimes should still call the Broward Sheriff's Office Robbery Unit at 954-321-4270 or Crime Stoppers, anonymously at 954-493-

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