Man Wanted by Daytona Beach Police Department Over Weekend, Turned Himself in Monday.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
The man wanted by Daytona Beach Police Department in a Murder Case over the weekend, Terrell Jones, has turned himself into police custody Monday Evening.
According to an arrest report sent out this morning, Terrell Jones turned himself in on the active warrant that was processed over the weekend relating to the Murder of DeWayne Gaddy on Friday. It was reported that Jones shot Gaddy, and fled the scene, having been on the run until he finally turned himself in.
Detectives responded to a call at 372 N. Lincoln St. Apartment 15, Daytona Beach, where a Winnebago was found in the back yard, with Gaddy shot in the head. Officers knocked on the door of the Apartment where Gaddy was found, trying to speak to Geneiva Reeves, the girlfriend of Jones.
Reeves was arrested on the scene after CSI detectives found a bag of sheets, pillowcases, and a jacket all stained with what looked to be blood. A search had been underway to locate Jones all weekend.
Terrell Jones has been charged with 2nd Degree Murder being held on no bond, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon with a $2500 bond.