Jerome Hayes is accused in a deadly road rage shooting in Tampa. (WTSP)
TAMPA (WTSP) -- The Hillsborough County, Fla., Sheriff's Office says an arrest has been made in connection to the Interstate 4 shooting death from over the weekend.
Investigators have not released the suspect's name, but 10 News has learned he is 48-year-old Jerome Edward Hayes of St. Cloud. His lawyer told 11Alive's Tampa sister station WTSP that Hayes turned himself in voluntarily on Monday morning.
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A gun belonging to Hayes has also reportedly been confiscated, but his lawyer is not sure if it is the one used in the shooting.
On Saturday, 47-year-old Fred William Turner, Jr. called 911 to report someone was following him in the area of 50th and Columbus, where he'd just left a store. He told dispatchers he was getting on the interstate heading toward Orlando.
While on the phone with police, Turner said the car following him pulled up beside him, and someone inside displayed what appeared to be a semi-automatic weapon. Turner told police he had done nothing to cause someone to follow him.
The dispatcher then heard multiple gunshots.
Witnesses report Turner immediately pulled over to the side of the road. Deputies found him dead in his car, with no suspect in sight.
It's not known at this time what sparked the shooting.