Naked man arrested after killing woman, 10-month-old baby and motorist in bloodthirsty spree
Dale Spidle is a resident of Coral Springs and has been accused of crimes including murder, robbery, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and resisting an officer
A naked man has been arrested after his deadly crime spree in Florida. Dale Spidle, 35, murdered a woman, her nephew, and a random motorist before trying to flee the spot. He was arrested by cops after a never ending car chase that spanned across cities.
A witness, Lorena Sagna told CBS, "He's completely naked, and then I saw he's out of his mind". Sagna also saw the accused crash his car when he was trying to flee from the cops. After crashing his car, Spidle hopped on foot before he was finally caught in Coconut Creek.
Spidle is a resident of Coral Springs and has been accused of crimes including murder, robbery, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and resisting an officer with means that included violence. As reported by cops, this frenzy started on Friday, May 20, and sparked out of an apartment where the suspect lived. Spidle's next door neighbors were the victims Elizabeth Carmona, 31, and her 10-month old nephew.
Other neighbors had frequently complained about noise from Spidle's apartment. Police say that Spidle somehow gained access to his neighbor's apartment and killed her and injured the child seriously. The baby was later pronounced dead at a local hospital, after sustaining a head injury. It's unclear how exactly both were killed.
Spidle escaped the murder scene (his apartment) in a silver 2019 Kia. Almost two hours past noon, he caused a hit-and-run two miles away from the complex in 88th Avenue, Northwest.
Following the fleeing, Spidle was then involved in a car crash that involved four vehicles around Pompano Beach. Officers say that Spidle was naked and he had a firearm using which he shot the driver of a white pickup truck. He then entered the pickup truck and continued the escape. Two other motorist were injured in the initial crash, cops said, adding that they were not attacked by Spidle.
The cops had a brief encounter with the accused before he escaped the crime scene in his four-wheeler. Coral Springs Police Deputy Chief Brad McKeone said, "The officer initially did make contact with that driver who then ended up fleeing from that scene."