Man shot dead by stranded driver that he stopped to help after his car spun out on icy road .

Marvin Jacob Lee, 27, who has been charged with murder after he allegedly shot a North Carolina father who stopped to help him
The Murderer
 A Good Samaritan was allegedly shot and killed by the very man he tried to help after he saw a car spin out on an icy North Carolina road on Friday afternoon. 
Marvin Jacob Lee, 27, has been charged with the murder of Jefferson Heavner. Police said he struck Heavner once and then stood over his body and shot him 'numerous times'.
Heavner, 26, was among a group of people, including neighbors and a passing truck, who went to help when they saw a car spin out and become stuck on a Catawba County road around 5.20pm.

The group then decided to call police for assistance when Lee became belligerent, according to Sheriff Coy Reid.
'They thought he was drunk or on dope and said "Let's just call the law and let them deal with it'"
Police said Lee killed 26-year-old Jefferson Heavner (pictured)
When Lee heard them calling the police he took out an automatic pistol and began shooting at the group, who tried to run away, authorities said. 
Police said Lee returned to his car, which was still stuck, after he struck Heavner once and then shot him again multiple times.
Officers arrived on the scene and demanded Lee to get out of the car. When he didn't, a SWAT team arrived and found that he was passed out, according to Reid. 
Lee woke up as he was being physically pulled out of the car by SWAT members and tried to resist arrest. He has since been charged with murder. The shooting remains under investigation, according to the police officials