- Associated Press - Friday, July 25, 2014

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A Louisville hot dog vendor who is free on bond after being charged with murder in a suspected case of road rage has returned to selling hot dogs at his long-time perch in front of the courthouse.

WAVE-TV in Louisville reported (https://bit.ly/WQmaHQ ) that city employees were spotted hugging Donald Hayes on Friday morning, welcoming him back to the spot where he sold hot dogs for years. One couple says Hayes is a good guy and they missed his food.

Hayes is accused of shooting and killing 57-year-old Danny Wilson on June 21. Police believe the men got into an altercation while driving separate vehicles and then pulled into the parking lot where Wilson was gunned down by Hayes.

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Information from: WAVE-TV, https://www.wave3.com

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