Florida Man Birthday August 3

Florida man sentenced to life imprisonment for torturing another Florida man to death

TAMPA, FLORIDA – The incident in question took place in the Tampa area. A Florida man tortured another Florida man to death. At the same time, the Florida man who stole the man’s belongings was avoided being sentenced to death penalty when he confessed before the trial began.

Keith Earl Davis, 47, is on trial for murder, according to a report by the Tampa Bay Times. Davis, who was demanded the death penalty by prosecutors, pleaded guilty before appearing in Hillsborough County court.

William Leslie McGoff, 53, was a registered nurse, working at LifePath Hospice. When McGoff didn’t show up for work, his suspicious friends called the police. Police investigating the situation went to the nurse’s home in Tampa. When they entered the house, they encountered the lifeless body of McGoff.

Everything seemed tidy when they started searching the nurse’s house. Cops found McGoff’s body in his bedroom. Investigators said the man’s neck, wrists and ankles were tied with a wire. Also, the man had been stabbed and a pillowcase had been stabbed down his throat.

Continuing their investigation at the scene, the police realized that McGoff’s wallet, cell phone and car had been stolen. The police, who analyzed McGoff’s cell phone records, revealed that the last person he had spoken to was Keith Earl Davis. McGoff’s credit cards were used to purchase gas in northern Florida and Mississippi.

Cops tracking the incident found the victim’s stolen car in an abandoned state in eastern Texas. The prime suspect, Davis, was arrested by police in Sulphur, Louisiana. The DNA sample and fingerprints from Davis matched samples taken from McGoff’s house and car.

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Who are the famous August 3 birthdays?

Jean Hagen, American actress (d. 1977)
1937 Roland Burris, American lawyer and politician, 39th Illinois Attorney General
Eamon Dunphy, Irish footballer and journalist
Koichi Tanaka, Japanese chemist and engineer, Nobel Prize laureate
Lucky Dube, South African singer and keyboard player (d. 2007)
Troy Glaus, American baseball player
1977 Óscar Pereiro, Spanish cyclist and footballer
Kaspar Kokk, Estonian skier
Victoria Kan, Russian tennis player

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