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Baby-Faced Killers: One Arrested, One Still at Large in Dania Beach Murder

Man, but we've got some violent teenagers around here. Broward Sheriff's Office reports that 17-year-old Terry Moore has been bragging about gunning down Antonio Parker, 20, who was shot dead Sunday evening near the back door of his home on Southwest 7th Avenue in Dania Beach. Now sheriff's investigators are looking for more.

BSO has already arrested the boy suspected of being Moore's accomplice, 15-year-old Derrick Slade, who had also been wanted for an incident in October 2008 when he reportedly shot someone but missed. After the jump, the BSO release, along with photos of Slade and Parker.

A Dania Beach teen involved in a fatal shooting Sunday evening has been bragging about the murder as he continues to elude arrest.

Terry Bernard Moore, who has a history of gun violence, is believed to be armed and dangerous. There is a warrant for Moore's arrest on a charge of felony murder in the first degree in connection with the death of 20-year-old Antonio Brandon Parker. Parker was shot at 8:44 p.m. Sunday in or near the back door of his home. His grandmother and younger siblings were inside, close enough to hear the killing, at the time.

Another teen, Derrick Slade, 15, has also been charged with Parker's murder. Moore also faces a second warrant for aggravated assault for shooting at a man in October 2008 in Dania Beach. The victim was not hit.

Anyone with information about this shooting can call Det. Scott Champagne at (954) 765-4321 or report it anonymously to Crime Stoppers of Broward County at 954-493-TIPS or online at Callers reporting information that leads to an arrest may be eligible for cash rewards of up to $1,000.

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Thomas Francis