Think of the money saved...Good riddance to bad garbage Fla. man arrested in roommates’ triple shooting, murder hangs himself in jail cell: cops BY Nina Golgowski NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Sunday, September 20, 2015, 12:04 PM A A A Share this URL York Zed Bodden, 27, was found dead in a Miami jail cell Friday after his arrest for a triple-shooting which left two women dead. Police say a Florida man facing capital murder charges for killing two of his roommates and critically wounding a third took the coward's way out: by hanging. York Zed Bodden, 27, was found dead in a Miami jail cell shortly after his arrest Friday for a triple shooting over his roommates' request for him to move out, The Daytona Beach News-Journal reported. The accused killer was awaiting extradition back to Daytona Beach where police there say he fatally shot college students Timesha Carswell, 21, and Diona McDonald, 19, point-blank in their heads Thursday. Micah Parham, 20, was shot multiple times but survived the attack. He was last listed in grave condition. Daytona Beach Police Chief Mike Chitwood said Bodden "saved the state the expense" with his "cowardly" hanging. "Bodden walked into an apartment at Carolina Club Apartments and assassinated two beautiful young women with a bright future," he said in a statement to News 13. "He then stood over our male victim, Micah Parham and put several bullets into his body, leaving him for dead, which is the ultimate cowardly act. "...instead of facing the people he murdered and maimed, he reverted to another cowardly act and hanged himself." Tensions peaked between the four roommates after Bodden, who has a criminal history, was asked to move out, the News-Journal reported. The request allegedly sent him in an uproar, demanding he be refunded $400 instead of the $200 they had offered to pay him back for rent. A second man who witnessed the shooting told police that he was asked to assist with evicting Bodden. When Bodden brandished a gun, that man, identified as Sydney Washington, said he tried wrestling the weapon away from him. When his attempt failed, he said he dove out of a window and sought help. All three victims were students studying music at Bethne-Cookman University. "This is a very unfortunate incident and our thoughts and prayers are with the families, loved ones and fellow classmates of these students," the Daytona Beach school said in a statement.