Volusia County - Daytona Beach (Ridgwood Ave corridor)

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    On Thursday, the state attorney also revealed a surviving victim has come forward, although that person was not identified. He said that person has helped investigators with specifics on the case.

    Investigators said Hayes shot the three victims to death in secluded areas around the city.

    A fourth murder victim, Stacey Gage, also died in a similar way. At Thursday's press conference, authorities said that investigation is still active.

    The state attorney did not specify a timeframe as to when Hayes will be brought to Volusia County to face charges.

    Suspected serial killer charged with 3 counts of 1st-degree murder, State Attorney's Office pursuing death penalty
     


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    An acquaintance of Bey recalls meeting her in 2015. "I picked her up, and, you know, we had just a couple bucks, and she was hungry, and she was quiet," said Lisa Caputo.

    Caputo says she and her friend had just picked up Bey from jail in Belle Glade just months before investigators say Hayes killed Bey and left her naked body near the Beeline Highway and Indiantown Road in March of 2016.

    Caputo said, "She was a sweet girl. Through my experience if the drugs don't get you, the lifestyle will. It's unfortunate what happened to her."

    She says they both were doing drugs at the time. Investigators say Bey was the last of four women Hayes murdered after moving to Palm Beach County from Volusia County.

    The chief of forensic services with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Loria Napolitano, said, "The connection through these cases to the Palm Beach case was through the crime lab DNA left at the crime scene."
    Local woman recalls meeting fourth victim of Daytona Beach serial killer
     
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