Man charged with Manslaughter in S.W. Miami-Dade after “Love Triangle” ends in fatal shooting

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Evan Louis Vaughn Death – Obituary : A man of Port Charlotte is facing a manslaughter charge after fatally shooting the boyfriend of the woman he was sleeping with, authorities stated.

The shooting occurred at about 3:30 a.m. March 14th outside a home in the 18300 block of Southwest 264th St. southwest Miami-Dade.

33-year-old Joshua Adrian Hebert, was taken into custody on Thursday and is reportedly being held at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center without bond.

According to his arrest warrant, the woman’s boyfriend, Evan Louis Vaughn, 35, called her and told her he was coming over. on arrival to her house, he asked whether anyone was inside.

Miami-Dade police stated the 28-year-old woman admitted that Hebert was inside her bedroom sleeping, but claimed that she didn’t have sex with him.

Police said Vaughn entered the home and asked Hebert whether he had sex with his girlfriend and Hebert said, “Yes.”

Vaughn then ordered Hebert to collect his belongings and get out of the house, and Hebert complied, reports disclosed.

According to the warrant, Vaughn followed Hebert outside to make ensure he left.

The girlfriend also followed the men outside, but on going back into her home to get her cellphone, she heard multiple gunshots, according to reports.

Officials stated the woman hurriedly ran outside the home to find her boyfriend lying on the ground, gasping for air and Hebert placing his gun, a .40-caliber Glock handgun, in the tailgate of his truck, reports sated.

She never heard any argument between the two men while they were outside, police said.

The woman then called 911.

According to the warrant, Vaughn was shot seven times , once in the left side of his face, four times in his back, once in his back shoulder and once in his right hand.

He was pronounced dead at the scene, reports states.

Hebert was transported to the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Homicide Bureau for questioning, according to reports, he invoked his right to remain silent until he consulted with an attorney.

Authorities states, the case was presented to the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office and an arrest warrant was issued for Hebert for one count of manslaughter with a deadly weapon.