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Winter Haven double homicide suspect remains behind bars, community starts fundraiser for survivor

Community is starting a fundraiser for the surviving victim
Posted at 4:44 PM, Oct 16, 2019

BARTOW, Fla. -- The man accused of killing at least three people in Florida and Tennessee will stay behind bars as a judge said no bond on the charges against him.

A Polk County judge said no bond on the double murder charges on Wednesday.

Stanley "Woo Woo" Mossburg did not say a word in court as he was represented by a public defender.


An arraignment has been set for November 19.

Meanwhile, neighbors of the surviving victim tell us that Tom Kohl, lived with his two tenants who were both killed.

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office has not identified the victim’s citing Marsy’s Law, however, friends tell us that Peggy Morey was one of the victims.

ABC Action News has learned that Morey was a volunteer with social justice organizations , involved in mentoring and a union rep for custodians in Polk County.

The second victim inside the house has not been identified to us.

Friends and neighbors have launched a GoFundMe page to help Kohl.