A man known by his victims as "Killer" is facing murder charges in connection with a fatal shooting last week near Greenacres.
Joshua Grantley Simpson, 25, is accused of a double shooting that turned deadly.
According to Larry King III, who survived the gunfire, the shooting happened at a home on Wauconda Way East on May 19.
The victim claims he was in the home with several others when they were confronted by a man with tattoos on his face, known to him by the nickname "Killer."
The victim says "Killer" was upset because a handgun was missing.
When King III and another man, identified as Joanes Charlot, Jr., 32, tried to leave, he said there was a confrontation and "Killer" opened fire.
The victim said he was struck in the hip and then "Killer" emptied his handgun into Charlot, according to a probable cause affidavit.
King III ran off and drove himself to a hospital.
Another person in the house took Chalot to JFK Medical Center where he died about 11 hours later.
Deputies later caught up with Simpson and charged him with first-degree murder with a firearm and attempted second-degree murder with a firearm.