Serial killer in Daytona Beach: Suspect Robert - CBS News

Sympathetic Dealership gives a disabled vet a new car for trying to save a turtle from attackers

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A disabled Navy veteran was given the surprise of a lifetime on Wednesday - nearly a week after police said the 45-year-old was beaten by three men after he asked them to stop torturing a turtle in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Richard Nisbett, owner of Daytona Beach Kia-Mitsubishi, said he was touched by Blough's story and felt compelled to help.
Nisbett thanked the man for his brave actions, and both of them got emotional as Blough tested out his new ride.
Blough's wife, Jennifer, created a GoFundMe page after the incident to help cover medical expenses and pay for a rental car to transport the family and their 1-year-old daughter to and from doctor appointments.
"Thanks for helping those who can't help themselves," one donor wrote.
Blough was outside his apartment complex when he said he saw a group of three men torturing a turtle last week, reports CBS affiliate WKMG. One of the men, identified as Johnnie Beveritt, 18, picked up the turtle and threw it down on the sidewalk; the two others, Ryan Ponder, 23, and a 16-year-old whose name was not released, kicked the turtle toward the apartment building, Blough told the news station after the incident.
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Disabled Navy veteran, who was severely beaten after he tried to stop three accused animal abusers who tortured and killed a turtle, is given a car from local dealership

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A disabled Navy veteran was given the surprise of a lifetime on Wednesday - nearly a week after police said the 45-year-old was beaten by three men after he asked them to stop torturing a turtle in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Richard Nisbett, owner of Daytona Beach Kia-Mitsubishi, said he was touched by Blough's story and felt compelled to help.
Nisbett thanked the man for his brave actions, and both of them got emotional as Blough tested out his new ride.
Blough's wife, Jennifer, created a GoFundMe page after the incident to help cover medical expenses and pay for a rental car to transport the family and their 1-year-old daughter to and from doctor appointments.
"Thanks for helping those who can't help themselves," one donor wrote.
Blough was outside his apartment complex when he said he saw a group of three men torturing a turtle last week, reports CBS affiliate WKMG. One of the men, identified as Johnnie Beveritt, 18, picked up the turtle and threw it down on the sidewalk; the two others, Ryan Ponder, 23, and a 16-year-old whose name was not released, kicked the turtle toward the apartment building, Blough told the news station after the incident.
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Police in Daytona Beach said Robert Tyrone Hayes, 37, is also linked by DNA or ballistic evidence to the shooting deaths of three other women in 2005 and 2006. reports CBS affiliate WPEC. DAYTONA BEACH, FL: 2: SW (26 m iles) VHF-Hi 198 Mhz: 5 Services Starting at $25 / month WKMG + 2 subchannels: CBS ORLANDO, FL: 6: S (42 m iles) UHF 542 Mhz: 5 Services Starting at $25 / month WFTV + 2 subchannels: ABC ORLANDO, FL: 9: S (25 m iles) UHF 620 Mhz: 4 Services Starting at $25 / month WDSC + 1 subchannel: PBS NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FL: 15 Orlando, Florida, local TV news, Orange County, Fla., headlines, national news, videos and more from CBS TV's local affiliate in Orlando, Fla., WKMG - Orlando's News 6. Information about television stations in the Orlando - Daytona Beach - Melbourne area. AT&T TV in Daytona Beach. AT&T in Daytona Beach is the best TV provider for an estimated 33% of households. The company offers Daytona Beach residents up to 75 channels and deals start at $39.99 to $79.98 per month.

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