3 Five homicides in four days: Police tell us it was a violent and deadly Labor Day weekend here in Jacksonville. And... The Sheriff's Office says in just the past two months ... there have been more than two dozen homicides in the city. As you can see on this map, the latest killings were scattered around town. Channel 4's Vic Micolucci spoke with the sheriff's top homicide detective ...and the family of one of the men killed. He joins us live ... Vic? 3 3 3 Families are being torn apart... They say the crimes are happening again and again...and they don't know why. But something has to be done. 00-0618-241:13-1:20 24:46 "he was remodeling in the house and stuff, and fixing it up."Danny Sears says his nephew Benjamin Craft was living in this Dinsmore home as he renovated it...when someone came in on Monday and shot him to death. 26:10 "friendly guy, do anything for you.Just outgoing and would pretty much mind his business. And I'm pretty much gonna lose a great friend." Sears's nephew is the latest victim of Jacksonville's dark side...his death becoming the 5th suspected homicide of the holiday weekend.25:33 "it's just out of hand I think." Earlier Monday, police discovered 62-year-old Veronica Clayton's body in a vacant home's garage in Northwest Jacksonville. The list goes on and on. On Sunday, a man was stabbed and killed at a Baymeadows apartment complex...on Saturday a man was shot to death on West Beaver Street and on Friday night, a man was gunned down in Brentwood. This morning, detectives were called to a suspicious death at an auto body shop in Springfield. The man's death was first thought to be a homicide, but now police say foul play isn't suspected, unless the medical examiner says otherwise. There has only been one arrest announced -- Tyehimba Fort, charged with murder in the Baymeadows stabbing.JSO says it stemmed from a fight over a pitbull. 20:06 "I can tell you Vic I went out on several of them and there are no connections right now.It was just a violent, turbulent weekend, and the last two months have been that way."Lt. Rob Schoonover is in charge of JSO's homicide unit...he says detectives have been very busy. According to our records, JSO has worked 25 homicides in the past two months... Investigating a total of 77 so far this year. 28:28 "It's always important to know that we reach out to the community, and we need their help in solving these. If they have information to help us, please call crime stoppers or call us directly." 3 Police say there are no apparent connections between any of these cases -- but they're all active investigations...so if you know anything, call them. Vic Micolucci, CH4, TLS. How do the homicides so far this year .. compare with previous years?