POLICE: Former FSU ‘Chief Osceola’ Murdered Over Gumbo Recipe

By  //  June 30, 2015

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Caleb Joshua Halley Starred as Chief Osceola from 2004-2007

ABOVE VIDEO: Footage of Caleb Joshua Halley, “Chief Osceola,” planting the spear prior to the Seminoles’ game vs. Maryland in 2007.  (Matt O’Hern video)

Mugshot of Orlando Thompson, who was charged with the murder of Caleb Joshua Halley , the man who formerly starred as "Chief Osceola" at FSU

Mugshot of Orlando Thompson, who was charged with the murder of Caleb Joshua Halley , the man who formerly starred as “Chief Osceola” at FSU

PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA – A heated dispute in the kitchen of a Panama City restaurant lead to the death of man who once starred in one of the most popular pre-game traditions in NCAA football.

According to Panama City Police Department, Caleb Joshua Halley, 34, died last Thursday from injuries sustained from co-worker Orlando Thompson at Buddy’s Seafood Market.

The incident occurred after an apparent altercation over the amount of spice to put into gumbo.

Halley played “Osceola” from 2004-2007.

The Panama City Police Department arrested Thompson on a charge of murder.


ABOVE VIDEO: Behind the scenes of Chief Osceola pre-game ritual.


ABOVE VIDEO: Close up video of the planting of the spear by Chief Osceola.


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