Killing on Fla. Highway Believed to Be Mistaken Identity

Police arrested Jerome Hayes, 48, and charged him with first-degree murder.
1:37 | 07/02/13

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Even been able to determine that this is not a -- rage incident instead investigators say 47 year old Fred Turner was shot and killed driving on -- four. Because of the case of mistaken identity the victim was mistaken for an individual. Who was involved an altercation with the suspect's friend inside the golf club. 48 year old -- Edward Hayes turned himself in at orient road jail and turned over the alleged hand gunning car used in the murder. According to detectives case -- a friend Brad and Adam Melrose strip club Saturday hoping to get revenge. Our suspect mr. Hayes was inside. The gold club with a friend of his. They got an of his -- altercation with another of the patrons they were ejected from the club. And got into their vehicle and then waited outside waiting for the subject to leave. But investigators say they fold the wrong man turner who was coming out of an adjacent business. They say he shot the victim three times in the upper body as they drove side by side near the -- seventy fight over past. Defense attorney nick -- CD junior says detectives visited his -- Sunday at his Osceola county home that case is being cooperative. We wanted to turn him into the jail. He -- -- to surrender himself investigators say turner called 911 reporting someone was following him in a Ford Taurus. He also told dispatchers the man brandished a gun through the window near -- -- street and Columbus. At ABC action news recording of -- Department of Transportation camera shows deputies swarming to victims green mustang. But officials say cameras did not record the shooting incident itself.

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