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LANTANA, Fla. -- The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said Thursday three men face charges in connection with the recent fatal shootings of a 17-year-old Wellington boy along with two other teens in suburban West Palm Beach.
PBSO says upon arrival on scene, Lantana officers were fired upon by one of the four suspects. Three of the four suspects were apprehended, including Joel Rodriguez, the person who fired at the officer.
Investigators said a .380 caliber gun was used to fire at the Lantana officers was the same weapon used in the homicide of Dalton Dobkins, Elijah Montas and Aaron Valle.
PBSO says Rodriguez subsequently confessed to the fatal shootings.
According to PBSO, Rodriguez says during a burglary at the residence of Dalton Dobkins, he was startled by Dobkins and shot him twice.
PBSO says he also admitted to shooting Montas and Valle during the commission of a robbery.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office charged Rodriguez with three counts of first- degree-murder, robbery with a firearm and armed burglary.
Rodriguez appeared in court Friday morning. A judge ordered he be held without bond and have no contact with his co-defendants.