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Robert Tyrone Hayes Sentenced to LWOP in 2005 to 2016 FL Multiple Murders
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    Robert Tyrone Hayes Sentenced to LWOP in 2005 to 2016 FL Multiple Murders


    Julie Green, 34, Stacey Gage, 30, LaQuetta Gunther, 45, and Iwana Patton, 35


    Rachel Bey


    Robert Tyrone Hayes


    Volusia serial killer likely identified thanks to DNA from Palm Beach County murder case


    By WESH News


    VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. (The hunt for a Volusia County serial killer)

    WESH 2 has learned that a break in a Palm Beach County murder case may have led to the identification of a Volusia County serial killer.

    DNA from a murder case in Palm Beach County could be linked to the murders of at least two victims in Daytona Beach between 2005 and 2007. The suspect has been detained.

    Four women in Volusia County, Laquetta Gunther, Julie Green, Iwana Patton and Stacey Gage, were murdered between December 2005 and January 2008, though officials believe the last victim was murdered in December 2007.

    The Daytona Beach Police Department said ballistics and DNA from the murders matched, but at the time they did not have the suspect's DNA on file. However, the Palm Beach County case appears to link at least two of the
    Daytona Beach killings to the identified suspect.

    The Daytona Beach Police Department, the Volusia County Sheriff's Office, and state attorney RJ Larizza will be at a press conference Monday morning, to discuss the major development.

    https://www.wesh.com/article/house-d...-home/29055354
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    Arrest made in 2016 PBC homicide tied to suspected Florida serial killer

    Rachel Beys body was found along the Beeline Highway in March 2016

    By Olivia Hitchcock
    Palm Beach Post


    JUPITER A man facing charges in the 2016 killing of Rachel Bey is said to be tied to at least four other womens deaths in the decade before Beys murder.

    Palm Beach County sheriffs authorities arrested Robert Hayes, 37, late Sunday in the March 7, 2016, killing of 32-year-old Bey, whose body was found about 50 feet off the Beeline Highway west of Jupiter.

    Hayes faces a first-degree murder charge and is expected to appear before a judge for a bail hearing Monday morning.

    The sheriffs office, along with authorities from Daytona Beach Police Department, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the State Attorneys Office for the Seventh Judicial Circuit will hold a news conference at 10:30 a.m. to further discuss the case.

    The Seventh Judicial Circuit includes Volusia County.

    According to WFTV 9, Daytona Beach police and Volusia County authorities confirmed that Hayes is a suspect in the killings of Stacy Gage, Julie Green, Laquetta Gunther and Iwana Patton, all of whom were killed near Daytona Beach between 2005 and 2008.

    WFTV in Orlando reports that the women were shot in the head with a .40 caliber Smith and Wesson and all of their bodies were found in remote wooded areas.

    https://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/2...-serial-killer
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    Update: Robert Hayes, suspected Florida serial killer, arrested in Palm Beach County

    By Stephanie Susskind, Michelle Quesada and Scott Sutton
    WPTV News

    PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office says it's arrested a suspected serial killer from the Central Florida area.

    37-year-old Robert Tyrone Hayes appeared in court Monday morning on first-degree murder charges and was denied bond.

    "If we wouldn't have put this individual in jail, he would've done this again and we would've had another innocent victim," said Sheriff Ric Bradshaw at a news conference Monday morning.

    Palm Beach County detectives said Hayes murdered 32-year-old Rachel Elizabeth Bey, whose body was found by workers along the Beeline Highway on March 7, 2016.

    "This is all about Rachel Bey," said Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg. "That's why we are here, and we will do justice for her."

    Daytona Beach police said on Monday that Hayes has been linked to at least three murders in that city, one of them in 2005, and two killings from 2006.

    According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, investigators tracked Hayes down through DNA and genetic genealogy.

    PBSO said a partnership with the Palm Beach County State Attorneys Office, Daytona Beach Police Department, the State Attorney's Office of the Seventh Judicial Circuit, and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement helped land Hayes behind bars.

    "We will keep working every single day, every single hour, until we find these monsters that do these things," said Sheriff Bradshaw.

    https://www.wptv.com/news/region-c-p...m-beach-county
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    Update: DNA from discarded cigarette lands suspected Florida serial killer behind bars, PBSO says

    By Stephanie Susskind, Michelle Quesada and Scott Sutton
    WPTV News

    PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office says DNA from a discarded cigarette helped detectives arrest a suspected serial killer from the Central Florida area.

    Robert Tyrone Hayes, 37, appeared in court Monday morning on first-degree murder charges and was denied bond.

    Palm Beach County detectives said Hayes murdered 32-year-old Rachel Elizabeth Bey.

    "This is all about Rachel Bey," said Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg. "That's why we are here, and we will do justice for her."

    According to an arrest report, a DNA swab was taken during Bey's autopsy using a Sexual Battery Examination Kit.

    Detectives said the test produced a full DNA profile of the attacker, and that same profile matched an unidentified attacker from a homicide in Daytona Beach from the late 2005, early 2006 time period.

    Investigators eventually identified Hayes as a possible suspect, saying he lived in Palm Beach County and Daytona Beach during the time of the murders.

    According to Hayes' arrest report, on Sept. 13, 2019, agents with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Fugitive Task force observed Hayes smoking a cigarette, then discarding the cigarette as he waited for a bus near his home.

    Agents collected the discarded cigarette and had it tested for DNA.

    PBSO said Hayes' DNA from the cigarette matched the DNA found on Bey, as well as DNA from the Daytona Beach homicide case.

    https://www.wptv.com/news/region-c-p...m-beach-county
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    NIECE SEEKS JUSTICE, RESPECT FOR MURDER VICTIM

    By Andreas Butler
    Daytona Times

    Dr. Aneesah Farris wants to get the story right about her aunt, Iwana Patton.

    Patton was allegedly killed by suspected serial killer Robert Tyrone Hayes, 37, the man authorities believed killed a total of four women.

    Patton was 35 at the time of her death, which was ruled a homicide in 2006.

    Hayes was arrested at his West Palm Beach home on Sept. 15 by the Palm Beach Sheriffs Office and charged with the murder of 32-year old Rachel Elizabeth Bey, whose body was found off a highway in Jupiter in 2016.

    Daytona Beach police say that DNA links Hayes to the murders of Laquetta Gunther (2005) and Julie Green (2006) while ballistics link him to Patton (2006).

    SHOT IN HEAD

    Detectives believe that the victims were shot in the head with a .40 caliber handgun. All three were found naked and face down on the ground with their clothes either under them or nearby according to reports.

    As of Daytona Times Wednesday deadline, local authorities had not filed any charges and Hayes was still in custody in Palm Beach County.

    The DBPD also believes that Hayes may have murdered Stacy Gage in 2008 but have no evidence to link him to that death.

    NOT A PROSTITUTE

    Farris, a married mother of five children, says she dislikes how her aunt has been portrayed in the media. She is a chiropractor with her own practice at Helping Hands Family Chiropractor in Holly Hill.

    My aunt was not a drug addict; she was not a prostitute. My aunt worked as a caregiver. She worked two jobs. She was a nurses aid and had a certification as a medical tech assistant, Farris told the Daytona Times.

    She was educated and very caring. The killer was originally profiled as a White male, which also came out not to be true. These issues are why I am inclined to speak.

    A BEAUTIFUL PERSON

    She went on to call her aunt a person with a nurturing and caring personality.

    My aunt was a beautiful person. She was a very nurturing, caring and very sociable. She was loved by many. She often put her life aside to help others, including myself. This woman had a hand in raising both my brother and I, Farris related.

    Farris is from Buffalo, New York; she moved to Daytona Beach to attend Bethune-Cookman University in 2000. In 2004, she graduated with a bachelors degree in biology with a pre-medical focus.

    There is relief now that Hayes is in custody but justice is wanted.

    I am overjoyed that he is in custody. I thought that this would be a cold case. Now, I feel like I am able to talk about her freely. I dont know what is taking the local authorities so long to file charges. Palm Beach County wasted no time, responded Farris.

    KNEW THE SUSPECT

    Farris said she attended Bethune-Cookman with Hayes, who was there from 2000 to 2006. He earned a bachelors degree in criminal justice.

    I didnt know him, but I have friends who did. I wasnt that sociable in college. I moved off campus as a sophomore, she shared. I was devastated and shocked to find out that he is connected to our institution. I dont understand how my aunt could be associated with him. He is not her type.

    Patton actually moved to Daytona from Buffalo to assist Farris with her children.

    According to Farris, My aunt moved here to help me with my children. She put her life on hold. She came here with my mother during my graduation and saw me struggling with my oldest son and decided to come down.

    DEVASTATING CALL

    Patton was babysitting Farris son and was at her home the day before she was found dead.

    Farris commented, She was keeping my son. She had worked a double shift. I thought maybe she went home and feel asleep. She said that she was going home to get some clothes and coming back. In less than 24 hours, we get the call that she had been killed.

    Farris feared for her own safety after her aunts murder.

    I didnt want to talk at first. I didnt want to be next. I wondered if he would come after me next. I feared for my family safety. I couldnt walk my dog, she related.

    Even today, Farris takes extra precaution being out in public.

    I am always watching my surroundings. I still look over my shoulder every time I walk outside or to my car, she said.

    http://daytonatimes.com/2019/09/28/n...murder-victim/
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    Suspected serial killer from West Palm indicted for 3 murders in Florida

    By Gary Detman
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    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) A man charged with killing a woman in Riviera Beach years ago is now facing three additional murder charges in central Florida.

    Robert Tyrone Hayes, 37, of West Palm Beach, faces a 3-count indictment for first degree murder with a firearm.

    Hayes is accused of killing Laquetta Gunther, Julie Green, and Iwana Patton in 2005 and 2006.

    Investigators said DNA evidence linked Hayes to those murders and to the murder of Rachel Elizabeth Bey of Riviera Beach.

    Authorities found her naked body near the Beeline Highway and Indiantown Road on March 7, 2016. Bey, 35, had been strangled.

    The sheriff's office arrested Hayes in September.

    Prosecutors in both Palm Beach County and Volusia County say they will seek the death penalty against Hayes.

    Investigators said a fourth killing, that of 30-year-old Stacey Gage, remains open.

    https://cbs12.com/news/local/suspect...ers-in-florida
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    Accused Daytona Serial Killer Robert Hayes case continued to May

    By Frank Fernandez
    Daytona Beach News-Journal

    DAYTONA BEACH The man accused of being the Daytona Serial Killer had his case continued on Tuesday and will next appear before a judge in Volusia County in May.

    Circuit Judge Sandra Upchurch ordered that Robert Hayes, 37, be sent back to Palm Beach County, where he is facing a fourth first-degree murder charge.

    Hayes spoke briefly with his defense attorney Francis Shea but otherwise remained silent during the hearing. Shea said Hayes was waiving speedy trial, meaning he will not be entitled to a trial within 175 days.

    Hayes next local hearing will be at 8:30 a.m. on May 19 before Circuit Judge Raul Zambrano at the S. James Foxman Justice Center in Daytona Beach. Upchurch was filling in for Zambrano on Tuesday.

    Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Hayes.

    https://www.news-journalonline.com/n...ntinued-to-may
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    Man accused of murdering 3 women in Daytona Beach also allegedly killed woman in Palm Beach County

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    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. A man accused of murdering three women in Daytona Beach 16 years ago, also allegedly killed a woman in Palm Beach County.

    On Tuesday, a hearing was held to decide where he will stand trial first.

    Robert Hayes, 39, lives in Palm Beach County and is accused of murdering a woman there in 2016.

    DNA and ballistics from that case linked Hayes to serial murders in Daytona Beach in 2005-2006, when three women were shot and killed.

    The judge from Palm Beach County agreed that Hayes should first be tried in Volusia County.

    Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Hayes.

    https://www.wesh.com/article/univers...celed/36601237
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    Can’t post because you need a subscription but Hayes’ trial has been delayed so his attorneys can do brain scans on him

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    Man accused in Daytona Beach serial killings appears in court

    Robert Hayes faces 3 first-degree murder charges

    By Brenda Argueta
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    VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. An accused serial killer linked to the deaths of three women killed in Daytona Beach appeared virtually for a court hearing Friday, less than month before his trial is set to begin.

    Robert Hayes is charged with the deaths of the women whose bodies were found in remote areas around Daytona Beach between 2005 and 2006, according to Daytona Beach police. The murder trial for Hayes is set to begin next month.

    The court hearing Friday discussed several motions ahead of his trial. Hayes appeared virtually from the court after being exposed to someone with COVID-19. The judge granted a motion to not discuss Hayes employment at a restaurant and granted another motion that would not allow anything related to his Facebook account being used during the trial unless it is relevant.

    The judge did deny a motion regarding a toxicology report for one of the victims, allowing the report to be presented during the trial. He also ruled that during the trial the words serial killer or serial murder is not to be used.

    Hayes was arrested in Palm Beach County in 2016 on a first-degree murder charge in connection with the death of Rachel Elizabeth Bey, who was found strangled and sexually battered on the side of a road in 2016, according to authorities.

    At the time of that arrest, officials said they were working to connect Hayes to the deaths of Laquetta Gunter, Julie Green and Iwana Patton, who were shot and killed in Daytona Beach a decade prior.

    Authorities said DNA evidence from crime scenes run through genealogy sites eventually linked Hayes, who was a student at Bethune-Cookman University at the time of the slayings, to the deaths of Gunter, Green and Patton. Police said the women were fatally shot when they got into a car with a stranger and their bodies were dumped in a secluded area.

    Hayes is now facing three first-degree murder charges in connection with their deaths. State Attorney R.J. Larizza said in 2019 his office plans to seek the death penalty in those cases.

    The trial is set to begin Feb. 7.

    https://www.clickorlando.com/news/lo...pear-in-court/
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