‘Do you want to die today?’ gunman said before shooting man at ATM

A trip to a Pompano Beach ATM ended with a man taking a bullet to his face and losing the money he had just withdrawn.

It happened about 5:19 a.m. Saturday when Quinton Bodiaz Johnson, 28, approached Dennis Charles Moton, 67, and demanded money, according to a Broward Sheriff’s Office arrest report.

Moton had just withdrawn $500 from an ATM at the Bank of America at 21 S.W. 26th Ave. and was about to ride his bicycle to the neighboring McDonald’s for breakfast when Johnson pointed a gun at Moton’s face, the report said.

“Do you want to die today?” Johnson asked. “If you don’t wanna die, then gimme the money.”

Johnson pulled the trigger, but the 22-caliber handgun misfired. He pulled the trigger a second time and the gunshot hit Moton in the left cheek, investigators said.

Surveillance video showed Johnson overpowering the wounded man and taking his money, wallet and bicycle.