//Florida man describes determined name from son in Polk County triple murder case

Florida man describes determined name from son in Polk County triple murder case

It was a telephone name a Florida man dreaded receiving from his son.

“Help,” Brandon Rollins informed his father Cyril Rollins, in accordance with authorities.

Brandon Rollins, 27, and two longtime pals, Keven Springfield, 30, and Damion Tillman, 23, had been killed in Frostproof, Fla., on Friday night time. However earlier than he died Rollins referred to as his father.

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd mentioned the three males had been “massacred” within the woods close to Lake Road after parking their two pickups to go catfishing. He described the homicide scene as “horrific,” and mentioned the killers had been at giant.

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A spokeswoman for Judd informed Fox Information on Monday there was no new details about the investigation to report.

Crime scene tape shows spot where three close friends were killed in Polk County in Florida on Friday night.

Crime scene tape reveals spot the place three shut pals had been killed in Polk County in Florida on Friday night time.
(Polk County Sheriff’s Workplace)

“I was just so upset last night, I just didn’t know what to do,” Cyril Rollins mentioned in an interview with WFLA-TV.

Of the name from his son, Cyril Rollins mentioned “we heard some background and they fussing all that, but I left, I went on out here.”

He additionally informed the station, “When I got there I was looking for my son. It was a mess. I found my son. I was holding him. He was telling me what happened but I was too shocked to know what was going on.”

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The elder Rollins has revealed what his son informed him to investigators, Judd mentioned, however at the moment they’re not disclosing particulars.

Rollins was sleeping when his son referred to as. After discovering his son, he drove to a gasoline station and referred to as 911. He had left his cellphone at house when he rushed out of the home, Judd mentioned.

WFLA additionally interviewed the mom of Brandon Rollins, who’s decided that justice be served.

“I do know it could possibly’t carry my son again, however I simply wish to see one thing achieved,” Dottie Payton mentioned. “This was horrible.”

The household mentioned Brandon was an avid fisherman and wild hog hunter. Payton mentioned her son went fishing nearly each different night time.

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“I moved right here from Jacksonville, Fla., for him two years in the past and this isn’t the way it was speculated to be and I need justice for him. And I can’t cease till he will get it,” she mentioned.