JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- State prosecutors are building their case against the Flagler College graduate accused of fatally shooting her ex-boyfriend.
A domestic dispute turned deadly at a Westside post office parking lot March 10.
According to police, Arianne Myles shot and killed her ex-boyfriend, Harold Davis, then took off.
The 911 calls detail a number of witnesses who followed the alleged shooter after she tried to flee the scene.
"She's coming out, she's going north now on Blanding Boulevard. I'm behind her," said one caller.
In the jailhouse interview, detectives questioned Myles about her relationship with Davis.
"When did it end, do you have a specific date?" asked one detective.
"Sometime in October," responded Myles.
The detective then asked why their relationship ended. "Well, it's kind of, I think there's more than one reason."
Davis' father tells Action News he hopes the newly released evidence will help bring his family justice.
"We've had a lot of hurt, a lot of suffering and a lot of pain in our lives because of this," said Harold Davis. "What Miss Myles gets, Miss Myles earned."
Photos snapped by investigators show Myles' car smashed after she hit another car following a high-speed chase.
Bullets were found inside her Ford Focus, along with pamphlets on gun training and information from the National Rifle Association.
Investigators also discovered a gun range target inside her trunk.
Davis says Myles knew what she was doing and proved it the day his son was shot and killed. "No matter what happens, that people don't forget my son was a good man."
Myles pleaded not guilty to the murder charge. The state is seeking the death penalty.
She's expected back in court next week.