Police were called to the Walden Palm condominiums near
Vineland and Conroy roads after the body of Robert Lloyd Borders was
discovered in the complex's parking lot, Orlando police Sgt. Eduardo Bernal
Bernal didn't specify how Borders had been killed or why investigators
consider his death a murder, but a relative told Channel 9 he was shot to
death sometime after leaving downtown Orlando's Corona Cigar Co., where he
had worked until 2 a.m.
"When I went to sleep at, like, 2, 3 a.m., I heard, like, three gunshots,"
resident Sebastian Cobzaru said. "I thought they were fireworks."
Borders' co-workers said police told them that his body was discovered in
someone else's car. They told Channel 9 that Borders was a nice person and a
Bethune-Cookman University alumnus. His Facebook profile said he studied
Borders' relatives told Channel 9 they're unsure of why he was at the
complex, because he lived on Curry Ford Road in east Orange County.
Anyone with information about the death is asked to call Crimeline at