Despite ongoing investigative efforts, the cases listed below remain unsolved. The community’s assistance is crucial to solving these crimes.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Miramar Police Department at 954-602-4000, Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS or submit a tip online.
Tips can be made anonymously.
Angelita Gauntlett and Courtney Lindsey
Angelita Gauntlett and Courtney Lindsey were murdered on Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 1989. An altercation between the victims and the suspect occurred outside of a Miramar home. The suspect, a Jamaican male known by the street name of “Bull,” followed Angelita and Courtney to their home on the 3000 block of Tara Road. He fired multiple shots into their vehicle, killing them both. (Case #: 891101581)
Teresia Laverne, Marie, Samantha and Sabrina Altidor
Teresia Laverne, Marie, Samantha and Sabrina Altidor were murdered on April 30, 1997. Theresa Laverne had traveled from Haiti to visit her daughter, 29-year-old Marie Altidor, and assist her with her newborn. Six-week-old Sabrina and Samantha, 2, were found murdered in the home along with their mother and grandmother. Classified as one of the most heinous crimes in Miramar history, three generations of this family were killed at a home located on the 8800 block of S Cresent Drive in Miramar. (Case #: 97-04-04520)
Farrah Carter was murdered on May 22, 2002, at 6525 Southwest 27 Street in Miramar. She was seen earlier that morning at a McDonald’s near her home. Later that day, her mother and sisters walked into the residence and discovered a bloody scene. Evidence indicated that a violent struggle had occurred in their home. Farrah, who was only 15 years old at the time, died from multiple stab wounds. Detectives suspect that she may have known her attacker(s). (Case #: 02-05-4404)
Yvonne McCalla White
Yvonne McCalla White was murdered on June 14, 2004. That evening, she attended church services and returned to her residence located at 8550 Sherman Circle North in Miramar. A single mom, Yvonne’s daughter tried repeatedly to contact her to no avail. As a result, her family and police responded to the residence and located her lifeless body inside. She was 37-years-old. (Case #: 04-06-03048)
Paul “Stephen” Barrett
Paul “Stephen” Barrett was murdered on January 26, 2008 at approximately 4:10 a.m., on the 3000 block of State Road 7. Stephen was seen at the Tropix nightclub having a verbal altercation with an unknown male inside the establishment. Shortly after, as he was walking towards a nearby parking lot, he was shot by an assailant. The suspect(s) may have been driving a black, older model, Ford Explorer with dark tints and chrome rims. (Case #: 08-01-05003)
Raymond Adderly Jr.
Raymond Adderly Jr. was murdered on December 14, 2010, at his home on the 2400 block of Southwest 83rd Avenue in Miramar, near Sherman Circle. The victim of a home invasion robbery, Raymond was murdered in front of his wife and three young sons. (Case #: 10-12-02837)
Jermiel Joseph and Phil Nelson Jr.
Jermiel Joseph and Phil Nelson Jr. on August 18, 2016 Jermiel Joseph and Phil Nelson Jr. were murdered near Miramar Parkway and Island Drive. An increased reward is offered to anyone with information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s) involved. (Case #: 16-08-04029)
Stephanie Ray Clemons
Stephanie Ray Clemons has been missing since May 2018. She failed to show up for work and has not contacted any family members, including her children. Foul play is suspected. Stephanie's case has been classified as a homicide investigation. (Case #: 18-05-05372)
Mendell Butler-Lebel was killed on July 2, 2018, in a drive-by shooting on the 3100 block of Foxcroft Road in Miramar. An increased reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s) responsible for Mendell's homicide. (Case #: 18-07-00418)
Dain "Nicholas" Sewell
Dain "Nicholas" Sewell was murdered on February 7, 2019, in his parked vehicle, located on the 7700 block of Grandview Blvd. Dain had just visited his parents, to celebrate his mother's birthday. He had no known enemies. (Case #: 19-02-01673)