March 9, 2019
RIP, Mr. Bush.
I’ll always have time for a man who yells racial slurs at an uppity beaner.
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Detectives have charged a Tampa man with first degree murder after he allegedly shot and killed a man in unincorporated St. Petersburg.
When deputies initially responded to the homicide scene on Jan. 3 and the suspect was arrested and charged on Tuesday.
The incident occurred at the Trak Motel on Gandy Boulevard.
Deputies found the victim, Aaron Bush, 46, with multiple gunshot wounds.
Bush was pronounced dead.
Through the investigation, detectives determined that Eliud Vega, 35, was visiting a woman at the Twin City Mobile Home park on Gandy Bouelvard.
Detectives said Bush and Vega had an argument after Bush accused Vega of engaging in prostitution with the woman.
According to detectives, Vega stayed at the woman’s home for a short period of time, then left the mobile home park in his vehicle, heading north on Gandy Blvd.
As Vegas drove north to leave the mobile home park, Bush chased after him, yelling racial slurs.
Detectives report when Vega reached the exit of the mobile home park, he made a U-turn and another argument began with Busch.
Detectives determined Vega shot Busch 11 times, then fled the scene toward Tampa.
Detectives were able to obtain an arrest warrant for Vega for one count of first degree murder with no bond.