Law enforcement officials in Florida believe they know who was behind the May 5th shooting death of a Lauderhill man — because the mastermind accidentally butt-dialed 911 and practically confessed to the crime.
Scott Simon, 24, was charged with first-degree murder in connection with the slaying of 33-year-old Nicholas Walker after Simon phoned 911 by mistake and was recorded telling another person that he intends to follow Walker home and murder him.
Walker was subsequently found dead of gunshot wounds inside a crashed Buick sedan along I-95. An argument at a nearby Waffle House reportedly preceded the crime.
Despite the apparent self-incrimination, authorities say Simon only coordinated the shooting, but was not the trigger man.
Two additional suspects seen in surveillance footage are still being sought.