Crime 'I don't want to kill you': Deputies investigate deadly shooting between drivers

00:35  13 january  2020
00:35  13 january  2020 Source:   wtsp.com

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The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after they say one driver shot and killed another.

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Deputies said it started Saturday night in Winter Haven when a man in an SUV was driving behind a truck and the truck came to a sudden stop on Lake Ned Road. Investigators said that made the SUV behind him come to a sudden stop too.

The driver of the truck got out and walked toward the people in the SUV, according to deputies. The driver of the truck started cursing at the people in the SUV and telling them they were following him too close and said he should kill them, deputies said.

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Deputies said they were at a home for a probation violation when another man, Jake Maese Murphy, confronted them with a gun. Ricky Scott said he was at his grandma's across the street when family members ran inside yelling: " Deputies shot Jake!" He heard from his cousin who was inside Murphy's

The driver of the truck walked back to his truck, but then turned around and headed back toward the SUV, deputies said.

The driver of the SUV told the Polk County Sheriff’s Office he grabbed a gun out of his dash compartment, pointed it out the window at the other driver and fired because he was scared the other man was going to kill him.

The passenger in the SUV called 911.

People who saw the shooting happen said they heard a man yell “I don’t want to kill you,” and a woman yell “Don’t kill him, don’t kill him,” the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said.

The two people in the SUV stayed at the scene and waited for law enforcement to get there.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 863-298-6200.

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