Donaldson previously was charged with four counts of murder in connection with the four slayings that terrorized the Seminole Heights community starting back on Oct. 9 when Benjamin Mitchell, 22, was shot and killed near a bus stop outside of his home.
A couple days later, 32-year-old Monica Hoffa was killed, her gunshot-riddled body found ditched in an empty lot and discovered Oct. 13.
A man with autism, named Anthony Naiboa, 20, hopped on the wrong bus Oct. 19 and, while attempting to walk back home, was shot dead.
A month later on Nov. 14, Tampa police said, Ronald Felton, 60, was shot in the head from behind.
He “was left [on] the street,” Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said at the time.
Donaldson is scheduled to return to court next month, when the state will determine whether to seek the death penalty.