VIDEO: Private Investigator Captures Double Homicide

Video & audio that led to first-degree murder charges has been released to the public

By Calibre Press  |   Mar 28, 2017

From wtkr.com:

A private investigator who happened to be in a Newport News, Va., neighborhood in an unrelated matter found himself in front of what would become a double homicide back on January 14, 2016.

He started recording after a car crash.

The video, along with police body camera video and an audio recording of the 911, call were recently used for trial and are now public record.

All combined together, they give the first real look at what happened that day.

Newport News Police say they were originally called to the location for a crash, but that call was eventually upgraded to a subject with a gun and then to a shooting.

The 911 caller describes the first man leaving the scene, who turned out to be Stephen Hayes.

He turned himself into police about a month after the incident.

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