Tuesday, April 26, 2016

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A 36-year-old man was shot to death early Monday during an argument at a gas station just west of downtown Orlando, police said.

Delvin Jamar Broner was lying on the floor inside the Circle K on John Young Parkway at Old Winter Garden Road when officers arrived shortly before 1 a.m., according to Orlando police.

They were called there by 29-year-old Titus Bernard, who acknowledged to shooting Broner after he drew a pistol, according to police.

Bernard, who has a valid concealed-weapons permit, told officers he was arguing with Broner inside the store when Broner pulled the gun, which was “partially concealed” under his clothes, police said.

Bernard then grabbed his gun and fired several shots, according to police. Emergency medical crews pronounced Broner dead at the scene.