A 17-year-old girl has been indicted on murder charges for a vicious Miami home-invasion robbery that left one man shot to death as a horrified mother and her infant baby watched.
Misamoni Green-Johnson is expected to be transferred to adult jail from juvenile detention over the weekend. She will appear in felony court Monday for arraignment.
Prosecutors say Green-Johnson and Alrick Christian, 20, are responsible for the May 15 slaying of Kameron Robinson, who was shot in the head inside a home on the 6900 block of Northwest Second Avenue.
According to a newly released arrest report, Christian and Green-Johnson burst into the Little Haiti home just past 6 a.m. Green-Johnson tied up Robinson’s girlfriend in a bedroom, then held the gun as Christian took a 42-inch flat-screen TV, an iPad and cell phones out of the home, police said.
When Christian returned, Green-Johnson returned the gun. Shots rang out. Robinson came running into the bedroom, according to the report.
The unidentified girlfriend “pleaded for her life and the life of her 2-year-old child she was holding,” Miami Detective Roderick Passmore wrote in an arrest report.
Christian ordered Green-Johnson to tape the woman’s mouth shut. Then, Christian shot Robinson in the head “as he pleaded for his own life,” the report said.
A neighbor identified Christian, whom he knew as “Eric.” A Miami-Dade grand jury on Wednesday indicted both suspects on charges of first-degree murder, kidnapping and armed burglary. Although Green-Johnson is not believed to have shot, under Florida law she can be charged with felony murder for participating in the crimes that led to Robinson’s death.
At the time of the killing, Christian was on probation for grand-theft auto. It was not clear Friday if either had retained an attorney.