It was two years ago this month that Sam Del Brocco, “the popular and charismatic marketing executive from Alexandria, (Virginia,) went down to South Florida for the weekend and never came back,” reports Tom Jackman in The Washington Post. He was slain in a brutal attack that stretched over three floors of his Pompano Beach townhouse and left blood and broken furniture strewn around him, Jackman continued.
According to Jackman’s story, no one ever was arrested, and Del Brocco’s family and friends here still await answers.
“It’s hard to know what to feel because there’s been so little information,” said Bob Sprague, Del Brocco’s longtime business partner at PCI Communications, the company the two men founded in Alexandria.
The executor of his estate, longtime friend Carlos Larraz, met with Broward County sheriff’s investigators last month and came away insulted and angry. But Larraz and others have raised the money for a $25,000 reward, and he is headed back to Florida this week to begin distributing posters and flyers about the case, and speaking to the media there, in hopes of sparking some movement in the case, reported Jackman.