Evidence may clear suspects in Turnpike murders

Ricardo Sanchez and Daniel Troya are accused of murdering a family of four.
Ricardo Sanchez and Daniel Troya are accused of murdering a family of four.
Jose Escobedo, his wife and their two little boys were murdered on Florida Turnpike in 2006.
Jose Escobedo, his wife and their two little boys were murdered on Florida Turnpike in 2006.

Startling new information about the family of four murdered along the Florida Turnpike.

According to the Palm Beach Post, defense attorneys are accusing federal prosecutors of withholding evidence that could eventually clear two suspects.

The defense wants a 911 recording that, they say, proves the two suspects were 50 miles away from that crime scene.

The attorney says fingerprint evidence shows Ricardo Sanchez and Daniel Troya handed in a toll ticket at 3:02 a.m., but, according to the 911 call, the murder happens only nine minutes later and 50 miles to the north in Port St. Lucie.

The suspects are accused of shooting Jose Escobedo, his wife and their two little boys in 2006.