Deadly Daytona Beach attack scares residents

LATEST: Arrest made in gruesome murder of married Daytona Beach couple returned homeResidents of the neighborhood where Terry and Brenda Aultman were brutally murdered early Sunday, stabbed and slashed, don’t rest easy these days. Although pictures and videos of the person of interest are there, residents say he is still there, so personal safety is their priority. streets,” resident Nancy Himes said. “Sometimes I forget to do the double lock, but I don’t forget that double lock anymore,” added another resident. were attacked in the 700 block of North Wild Olive. Police Chief Jakari Young believes the couple were briefly followed in that area. Officials remain baffled by the absurdity of the crime. “It’s extremely disturbing because it’s completely insane. Usually we can provide a link or motive, but for this one right now we can’t,” Chief Jakari Young said. Jody Noble was driving home with his girlfriend around 11 p.m. Saturday night. She lives less than a block from the murder scene and walked right past it. “It was just an hour before or a few hours before that person of interest was in the neighborhood,” she said. Rue de la Scène has always been out walking his dog regularly, but uses his concealed weapon license more now. , whatever, I carry my gun,” he said. Evidence was collected from the scene, including DNA from fingernails of one of the victims. Young expects those lab results in about a week. the arrest of this person of interest. They are asking anyone with information to come forward and call the police. Family members created a fundraising page to help pay for the funeral and other expenses.

LATEST: Arrest made in gruesome murder of married Daytona Beach couple returned home

Residents of the neighborhood where Terry and Brenda Aultman were brutally murdered early Sunday, stabbed and slashed are not resting easily these days.

Although pictures and videos of the person of interest are available, residents say he is still there, so personal safety is their priority.

“It definitely got me thinking about the lighting in the neighborhood, maybe there could be better lighting on the streets,” said resident Nancy Himes.

“Sometimes I forget to do the double lock, but I don’t forget that double lock anymore,” added another resident.

The victims were cycling home from Main Street and Bike Week festivities when they were attacked in the 700 block of North Wild Olive. Police Chief Jakari Young believes the couple were briefly followed in that area.

Officials remain baffled by the absurdity of the crime.

“It’s extremely disturbing because it’s completely insane. Usually we can provide a link or motive, but for this one right now we can’t,” chief Jakari Young said.

Jody Noble was driving home with his girlfriend around 11 p.m. Saturday night. She lives less than a block from the murder scene and walked right past it.

“It was just an hour before or a few hours before that person of interest was in the neighborhood,” she said.

Bradford Gonzalez, who lives across the street, still walks his dog regularly, but now uses his concealed weapon license more.

“I used to carry my dog ​​late at night when I walked my dog, but now whether I walk him in the morning, afternoon, whatever, I carry my gun,” he said. declared.

Evidence was taken from the scene, including DNA from the fingernails of one of the victims.

Young expects those lab results in about a week.

There is currently a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of this person of interest. They are asking anyone with information to come forward and call the police.

Family members created a fundraising page to help pay for the funeral and other expenses.

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