Daytona Beach Serial Killer: Robert Tyrone Hayes killed at least 3 women; Sentenced to 3 consecutive life sentences

Victims
Laquetta Mae Gunther, 45 [12/26/2005]
Julie Ann Green, 34 [1/14/2006]
Iwana Patton, 35 [2/24/2006]
Stacey Charlene Gage, 30 [12/11/2007]
Rachel Elizabeth Bey, 32 [2016][awaiting trial for this murder]

Find-A-Grave: Julie Ann Thompson Green
Homicide Tracker: Rachel Bey
Daytona Beach serial killer identified with help of DNA, ballistic evidence, officials say
Fla. man suspected in serial slayings of 4 women arrested
Man accused in Daytona Beach serial killings appears in court
Suspected serial killer from West Palm indicted for 3 murders in Florida
Suspected serial killer indicted in deaths of Daytona Beach women
Trial for accused Daytona Beach serial killer starts Friday
Trial begins for accused Daytona Beach serial killer
Suspected serial killer charged in 2016 Palm Beach murder
Trial continues for man accused of killing 3 women in Daytona Beach
Ex-cheerleader guilty of killing 3 Florida prostitutes, jury says
Daytona Beach Serial Killer Found Guilty On 3 Counts Of First-Degree Murder
Verdict returned in suspected Daytona Beach serial killer trial
Robert Hayes Found Guilty of Being Daytona Beach Serial Killer
Former Cheerleader Found Guilty Of Being Daytona Beach Serial Killer, Who Murdered At Least 3 Women
Florida jury convicts serial killer Robert Hayes of three slayings while in college
Wikipedia: Daytona Beach killer
Doctor claims convicted Daytona Beach serial killer has brain damage
Family members remember mother, aunt killed by Daytona Beach man during penalty phase
Daytona Beach serial killer spared death sentence by jury, sentenced to life in prison
Convicted Daytona Beach serial killer sentenced to life in prison without parole
Convicted Daytona Beach Serial Killer to Serve Three Consecutive Life Sentences Behind Bars: Judge

Movies/Documentaries
The Killing Season: Different Seasons

INMATE INFORMATION

2 Responses

  1. Serial killers deserve the maximum penalty. Florida still has the death penalty, so that’s what be should get, absent a pile of mitigating factors (insanity, death shortly due to terminal illness, etc).

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