TAMPA, Fla. -- Gov. Rick Scott met with the Tampa Police Department and Tampa Bay area law enforcement agencies Wednesday morning to thank them for their efforts in the arrest of the Seminole Heights suspect.

Scott, along with Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan, spoke at the police department Wednesday morning.

"These officers worked tirelessly. They worked around the clock," Scott said. "They didn't get their Thanksgiving, but they did it all because they care about keeping people safe."

Tampa police arrested Howell Emanuel Donaldson III on Tuesday.

Dugan said Wednesday police do not expect any more arrests in the case. Donaldson is charged with four counts of first-degree murder in the killings of Benjamin Edward Mitchell on Oct. 9, Monica Caridad Hoffa on Oct. 11, Anthony Naiboa on Oct. 19 and Ronald Felton on Nov. 14 in southeast Seminole Heights.

Watch: Click or tap here to watch Gov. Scott's full news conference on Wednesday morning

"My heart goes out to you {the victims' families}," Scott said. "What you do know, is that because of the hard work of law enforcement, justice will be served."

Scott said the state will prosecute Donaldson to the full extent of the law.

"Today is a good day," Buckhorn said. "Today the good guys won."

Photos: Seminole Heights shooting victims

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