A private investigator working on behalf of a key witness in the much-publicized murder case of Broward County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Chris Reyka says the case is solved and his killers are currently sitting in jail.
Dan Riemer, a veteran local P.I., confirmed to me this afternoon that he has presented a “civilian arrest warrant” to Broward Circuit Judge Ilona Holmes. Riemer says the warrant outlines probable cause in the slaying, which has a $267,000 reward.
Riemer wouldn’t discuss the details of the case, but sources said he named alleged drugstore robber 28-year-old Gerald Joshua as the trigger man in the murder. Joshua’s name has already come up in media reports as a suspect in the deputy’s slaying, which occurred at about 1 a.m. behind a Walgreen’s store in Pompano Beach on August 10 of last year. Riemer has dug up new and compelling evidence that he believes proves the robbery gang was involved.
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