Gulf Shores businessman questioned in Florida couple’s deaths

Prosecutors said Friday that they want to upgrade charges to capital murder for two more of the eight suspects in the deaths of a Panhandle couple known for adopting many children with special needs, and investigators questioned another man about the slayings and said there could be more arrests.

Police questioned Gulf Shores car dealer and businessman Henry Cabell Tice, 61, after he turned himself in at the Escambia County, Fla. Sheriff’s Office on Thursday night, spokesman Ted Roy said.

Tice was arrested on a warrant for writing $17,341 in bad checks to Worldco Financial Services Inc., an auto financing company owned by Byrd and Melanie Billings, who were killed last month.

Gulf Shores businessman questioned in Florida couple’s deaths