September 23, 2022

Preliminary starts for blamed Florida chronic executioner for 4 ladies

 

Examiners let members of the jury know that DNA connects a blamed chronic executioner with the slayings for three ladies 16 years prior when he was a law enforcement understudy at a nearby college

Investigators let hearers know that DNA interfaces a blamed chronic executioner with the slayings for three ladies 16 years prior when he was a law enforcement understudy at a nearby college.

Examiners in Daytona Beach said during opening articulations on Friday that DNA taken from Robert Hayes matches material found on the groups of two of the three ladies, who were found shot to no end by a similar firearm between December 2005 and February 2006. Hayes, 39, is additionally confronting preliminary later for purportedly choking a fourth lady in Palm Beach County in 2016.

  • As indicated by the Daytona Beach News-Journal, examiner Jason Lewis let attendants know that Hayes was answerable for killing not once, not two times, but rather multiple times here in Volusia County.” Prosecutors are looking for capital punishment.
  • Francis Shea, Hayes’ lead lawyer, let the hearers know that they would figure out how lengthy DNA keeps going on an individual and how tire tracks at one of the scenes drove them to a garbage yard, yet didn’t clarify how those are attached to the situation.
  • The examination concerning the passings of Laquetta Gunther, 45, Julie Green, 35, and Iwana Patton, 35, was revived in 2016 after DNA found on the group of Rachel Bey, 32, close to West Palm Beach connected their cases. All had filled in as whores.

At the hour of the Daytona Beach killings, Hayes was an understudy at the city’s Bethune-Cookman University. Hayes was one of a few men addressed in 2006 as a potential presume in view of a weapon buy like one utilized by the executioner, yet he told police he had given the firearm to his mom and he wasn’t captured. His mom later told analysts he never gave her a firearm.

At the hour of Bey’s passing, Hayes was functioning as a culinary expert in Palm Beach County.

Agents said in 2019 they ran DNA found on the casualties through a hereditary data set utilized by individuals attempting to observe tragically missing family members and decided the executioner was connected with a lady with three stepbrothers, one of them Hayes.

Analysts affirming Friday told the jury they then, at that point, put Hayes under reconnaissance and subtly seized a brew can and cigarette butt he disposed of and, investigators say, the DNA from those things matched the executioner’s. He was captured.