A 60-year-old man was shot and killed Tuesday morning in Tampa's Seminole Heights area, the fourth such death in what police say is a string of unsolved killings in that neighborhood within the past month.
Ronald Felton was shot in the back just before 5 a.m., police said. He was crossing the street to a church where he regularly helped feed the homeless, his relatives told CNN affiliate WFLA.
Reginald Felton, his twin brother, said he urged Ronald not to go into the neighborhood at that time of day because of the other killings.
"I talked to him, but he got his own way, he still (goes) out at that time of the morning," he said.
Their sister said the whole family is shattered by the slaying.
"I've been watching the serial killer news and watching, listening, praying -- and for that to happen to my brother, to be shot four times at close range, that's hard," Linda Cunningham said.