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    Death Penalty Pursued for Stanley Eric Mossburg in 2019 FL Slayings of Peggy Morey and Kenneth Bever


    Kenneth Bever and Peggy Morey


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    'Spree killer held man captive as he stabbed two others to death, Polk sheriff says

    Stanley Mossburg, who claimed to have killed eight people, fired at the deputies who came for him, Sheriff Grady Judd says

    By Frank Pastor
    Tampa Bay Times


    Stanley Eric Mossburg held a terrified Winter Haven man captive in the mans home as he stabbed to death another man and a woman who also lived there, investigators said.

    Then Mossburg threatened to kill his captive if he alerted authorities and drove off Monday with a promise to return for the bodies.

    The man waited for hours before finally dashing to a neighbors house and calling 911.

    Mossburg, 35, of Spartanburg, S.C., also known as Woo Woo, was arrested Tuesday at a home nearby by the Polk County Sheriffs Office SWAT team.

    Investigators learned he also is wanted in a slaying two weeks ago at a laundromat in Tennessee.

    Mossburg told his captive he had killed as many as eight people and had a goal of killing 11, saying I want to be a serial killer, I like killing people," Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd told reporters Tuesday.

    Judd said he had no way to verify the claim.

    He called Mossburg a spree killer.

    The sheriff gave this account of the slayings.

    A man was doing laundry at a laundromat in Greeneville, Tenn. the night of Oct. 1 when Mossburg entered, pulled a gun, bound him and walked out holding the man at gunpoint. The abduction was captured on video.

    Around 2 a.m., the mans wife tried to text him but received a vile, nasty, ugly text," Judd said. She called 911 and police arrived at the laundromat to find the mans car missing. Later that morning, customers found the mans body behind the laundromat.

    Mossburg drove the stolen car to Spartanburg, S.C., where he lives, Judd said. Three days later, on Oct. 4, Spartanburg police spotted the stolen car at a scrapyard.

    Meanwhile, Judd said, Mossburgs sister bought him a Greyhound bus ticket and drove him to Atlanta, where he boarded a bus to Orlando.

    On Wednesday, Mossburg stole a black pickup truck in Seffner. Two days later, the Polk County Sheriffs Office got word that a man wanted for a murder in Tennessee had pawned property at a pawn shop in Auburndale.

    Around 4 p.m. on Sunday, Mossburg was chased away from a home in Winter Haven. Later, around 10:30 p.m., a man returned to his home in Winter Haven to find Mossburg there.

    A woman who also lives in the home had been tied to a chair.

    Mossburg approached the man and told him, I have guns and knives, and Ill kill you if you resist me.

    Mossburg tied the man to a chair with computer cords, demanded money and valuables, and was given the combination to a safe.

    Hours later, he told his captive that another man who lived at the home had tried to fight back, so I made him suffer before I killed him.

    He later returned to the room to report that he also had killed the woman, but did it quickly, "because she was cooperative.

    He has slashed and murdered both of these victims, Judd said . He slashed and murdered the victim in Tennessee. With knives.

    The names of the victims were not released.

    Mossburg poured bleach on his Winter Haven victims, mixed a cleaning solution and mopped the floors, Judd said. He stayed overnight at the home.

    At sunrise, Mossburg untied his captive because had been cooperative and allowed him to sit in the living room. At one point, the man asked Mossburg if he could turn down the air conditioning because he was cold.

    I need to keep it cool," Mossburg replied, "so these victims dont start to smell.

    Throughout the morning, Mossburg loaded stolen property into the womans car. Around noon, he told the man he was leaving but would return for the bodies, threatening to kill the man if he told the police.

    The man remained on his couch throughout the afternoon, worried that Mossburg was still outside. Around 6 p.m., the man ran to a neighbors house and called 911.

    The womans car was found half a mile from the murder scene, the hood still warm. The truck stolen in Seffner was found at a house nearby, painted white.

    Deputies and detectives entered the house and came to a locked door. As they tried to kick it down, they were met with seven or eight rounds of gunfire.

    The SWAT team was called. They deployed chemicals inside the house, knocked down the garage door and spotted Mossburg beneath a pool table.

    K-9 dogs were used to apprehend him.

    Mossburg was taken to Winter Haven Hospital, where he was treated for dog bites before was booked into jail.

    Mossburg faces charges in the Tennessee slaying, two charges of first-degree murder in the Winter Haven killings and attempted murder charges for shooting at the Polk County deputies, Judd said.

    https://www.tampabay.com/news/crime/...n-polk-county/
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    Father of Greeneville murder victim suffers heart attack day after son is killed

    By News Channel 11 Staff

    GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) - Family members of a Greeneville man murdered weeks ago said they suffered not one, but two unexpected losses within days of each other.

    Christopher Short, 33, was killed while doing his laundry at a laundry mat on East Andrew Johnson Highway on October 1.

    Authorities revealed Tuesday morning that the suspect in Short’s murder, Stanley Mossburg, 35, is also a suspect in two more murders in Florida.

    News Channel 11’s Pheben Kassahun spoke to Christopher Short’s uncle, Wayne Short, on Tuesday.

    As Wayne tried to hold in his tears, he told Pheben in an interview that, “You know, he wouldn’t swat a fly, he never argued, he never said anything bad about anybody. You could just say he was a big 10-year-old, and he was just nice as can be,” Wayne Short said.

    Wayne also revealed that shortly after hearing the news of Short’s death Christopher’s father, Alan “Mike” Short, suffered a heart attack. According to family members, it was because he couldn’t bear the news of losing his son.

    Wayne said that Alan Short died October 2nd.

    Now, the family is preparing for not one, but two funerals.

    https://www.wjhl.com/news/local/fath...son-is-killed/
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    Spree killer suspect in Greeneville murder appears in Florida courtroom Wednesday

    By news Channel 11 Staff

    (WJHL)- A suspect wanted in three murders across two states appeared before a judge in a Florida courtroom Wednesday.

    Mossburg is accused of killing three people, including a Greeneville man, Christopher Short. He was murdered while doing laundry in Greeneville earlier this month.

    Stanley Mossburg, 35, was arrested after a manhunt ended in Winter Haven, Florida this week.

    Mossburg spoke to reporters while being transported to jail in Florida on Tuesday. Mossburg said hes a prophet, not a serial killer and that he allegedly killed the victims because God needed them for a war.

    Yall will see God and theres going to be a angels and demons fight from God, Mossburg said before getting inside a patrol car.

    Mossburg went on to say theres a war and everybody will see.

    In a news conference on Tuesday, Polk County, Florida Sheriff Grady Judd said in part, This guy needs the death penalty if theres ever a person who needs itWonderful, decent people are now victims of this evil, absolutely evil person. What some people would call low-level, non-violent offender.

    When News Channel 11s Jackie DeFusco spoke to District Attorney General Dan Armstrong Tuesday about Mossburgs case in Tennessee Armstrong said in part, Hes involved in several ongoing investigations in Florida, which would cause him not to be available to us anytime soon.

    https://www.wjhl.com/news/local/spre...oom-wednesday/
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    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    Friends celebrate lives of roommates stabbed during alleged killing spree

    By Ken Suarez
    Fox 13 News

    BARTOW, Fla. - The friends of two people who were stabbed to death came together to remember them at Lakeland Pulse nightclub Wednesday.

    Joseph Mutzer was a close friend of one of the victims, Peggy Morey, who many in Lakeland's LGBTQ community say was a positive part of their lives.

    It hurts, really hurts bad, Mutzer told FOX 13. 'Never a bad word against anybody,' is how he described her. I barely ever knew her to get mad. A kind, loving spirit.

    Mutzer said Morey's roommate, Kenneth Bever moved to the area within the last year and was not as outgoing or as socially active. But Morey was helping him become acclimated when before their lives were cut short.

    Investigators say Stanley Mossburg tied up Morey and Bever, held them hostage at a house in Winter Haven, and then killed them. Their third roommate survived and was recovering in the hospital.

    To the dozens who came to remember them Tuesday night at Lakeland Pulse, the details of their deaths don't matter. Their lives are what count, now.

    Mossburg made his first appearance in court Wednesday. A judge denied him bond and appointed a public defender.

    https://www.fox13news.com/news/frien...-killing-spree
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    South Carolina man indicted in Polk killings

    By Suzie Schottelkotte
    The Ledger

    BARTOW A Polk County grand jury handed up a 17-count indictment Thursday against Stanley Eric Mossburg, a South Carolina man whos accused of breaking into a house and killing two people in Winter Haven earlier this month.

    Authorities said the killings culminated a two-week crime rampage that began in Tennessee, with one man dead there.

    In Winter Haven, Polk County sheriffs deputies said the resident of a home along 16th Street came home about 10:30 p.m. Oct. 13 to find Mossburg, 35, inside the house. He found the woman who lived in the home with him bound to chair, according to arrest reports.

    He forced the man into the office area of the home and bound him with computer cables, telling him he had killed the third resident in the house because he had tried to fight back.

    The two residents gave Mossburg the combination to a home safe, Sheriff Grady Judd said during a press conference following Mossburgs arrest, but the assailant demanded more, saying he didnt believe that was all they had.

    Mossburg held the two residents captive throughout the night, and later told the man that he had killed the woman. He said he did it quick, Judd said.

    He then turned the air-conditioning down so the dead bodies wouldnt smell, according to the arrest affidavit, and began mopping the floors and cleaning the house. He remained in the house throughout that Monday morning, then loaded some stolen property into the womans car. As he was leaving, the assailant told the man bound with computer cords that he would return and kill him if the man called law enforcement, Judd said. He also told him he didnt kill him because God told him not to.

    Six hours after Mossburg left, the man broke free of the computer cords and called law enforcement from a neighbors house.

    A manhunt ensued, leading officers to a Ford F250 that had shown up about two blocks from the murder scene, according to reports. The truck, which had been stolen days earlier from Seffner, had been painted white. Witnesses told deputies they had seen Mossburg running through their back yards, leading deputies to zero in on the home where they thought the assailant was hiding.

    Deputies used chemical agents and K-9s to force Mossburg from the house, but not before he fired on deputies several times. He was taken into custody and treated for dog bites before he was booked into the Polk County Jail, where hes being held without bail.

    In addition to the two first-degree murder counts, the indictment charges Mossburg with three counts of attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer, two counts of armed kidnapping, two counts of robbery with a firearm, battery on a police dog, burglary, grand theft auto, resisting an officer and tampering with evidence.

    https://www.theledger.com/news/20191...-polk-killings
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
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    Edited:

    Prosecutors to seek death penalty in 2 Polk County murder cases


    The Ledger

    Polk County prosecutors will seek the death penalty against Antonio Jaimar Davis and Stanley Eric Mossburg, both indicted recently in two unrelated murder cases.

    https://www.theledger.com/news/20191...k-murder-cases
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
    - Edgar Allan Poe

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