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Alexandria man slain in Florida

Tom Jackman

Samuel Del Brocco, an Alexandria resident and owner of a local communications company, was found dead Sunday night in Pompano Beach, Fla., and investigators there believe he was killed.

Del Brocco, 60, was the president and CEO of Alexandria-based PCI Communications.


Del Brocco. (Courtesy PCI Communications)

But Broward County Sheriff's officials said he had a home in Pompano Beach and traveled there several times a month.

A woman called 911 around 9 p.m. Sunday to ask sheriff's deputies to check on Del Brocco, the Broward sheriff's office said, and they found his body.

An autopsy Monday by the Broward medical examiner determined that the death was a homicide. Investigators would not release the cause of death.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call Broward homicide Detective Tim Duggan at 954-321-4210 or call Broward Crime Stoppers, anonymously, at (954) 493-TIPS or online at www.browardcrimestoppers.org.

-- Tom Jackman

By Tom Jackman  |  September 14, 2010; 9:18 AM ET
Categories:  Alexandria , Around the Nation , Homicide , Tom Jackman  
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Florida has become a cesspool of illegal Haitians along with all the other criminals...especially Pompano Beach.

You would have to be crazy to live or go there.

Posted by: SofaKingCool2009 | September 14, 2010 6:09 PM | Report abuse

Get off your sofa, king. 'illegal Haitians' aren't making Broward county a cesspool. According to FBI uniform crime statistics of 2008, one is more likely to be raped in Gresham, Oregon and twice as likely to be murdered in Dayton, OH and Syracuse, NY. (all cities of similar population sizes)
Facts are fun! Give 'em a try before posting silly, racist stuff.

Posted by: cleanfront | September 15, 2010 1:34 AM | Report abuse

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