According to Palm Bay Police, a Brevard County man with a significant criminal history was apprehended for a killing that occurred on April 20.
The charges against Justin Giambanco, 31, include grand theft of a firearm, false imprisonment, second-degree murder with a firearm, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Around 7 o’clock in the evening, Palm Bay police officers were called to a house in the 2700 block of Palm Drive Northeast where a 69-year-old male had been discovered dead. According to the police, Giambanco was quickly recognized as a suspect in the homicide inquiry based on evidence discovered at the site.
The tweet below confirms the news:
Giambanco had developed a reputation as a burglary suspect while on release from jail following a prior arrest in Brevard County.
Giambanco has a long criminal history, which the police say includes 22 offenses.
Giambanco was detained for assaulting a police officer a few days before the alleged murder and was freed the following day. He was subsequently re-arrested following the homicide and was being held in the Brevard County Jail on separate charges when authorities accused him of murder, according to police.
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