Johnathon J. Baker Wiki – Johnathon J. Baker Biography

An Ohio man who allegedly kidnapped a girl in a car accident last month has now been charged with her murder. Johnathon Baker, 23, is charged with one count of aggravated murder for the June 27 incident that ended in the death of his girlfriend’s 7-month-old daughter. The defendant’s name has been spelled in various ways. Some local media accounts write his given name “Jonathon”. The Tiffin Police Department has given his first name “Johnathon”. Court records show his first name is spelled “Jonanthan.”

On July 11, the case against Baker, pursuant to a warrant for his arrest for “failure to serve,” was filed in Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court, records reviewed by Law&Crime show. Details are scant regarding the indictments, and the public record is currently slim: it contains only the single murder charge and basic information about the defendant, the complaining officer, and a legal reference to Ohio law.

As Law&Crime previously reported, Baker allegedly stole the baby and drove off in a yellow Camaro, leaving the north Baltimore state town of Buckeye and traveling east-southeast. The car was soon spotted in the town of Tiffin by an off-duty police officer who followed it and kept law enforcement aware of its location, police said.


Johnathon J. Baker Age

The age of Johnathon J. Baker is 23 year.

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Johnathon J. Baker

At first, the girl’s fate was unknown, but initial indications from her did not bode well for her, police said. “The male subject had indicated that she was feeling homicidal and suicidal and had told the child’s mother that he killed the baby,” the Tiffin Police Department alleged in an initial news release. “The BOLO also reported that the subject was armed with a firearm.”

Seneca County Sheriff’s Office deputies and local police officers attempted to initiate a traffic stop after receiving the location of the Camaro from the off-duty officer, but the driver had other things on his mind. The Camaro began to accelerate and at high speed, veered erratically off the road through the front yard of a residence and crashed into another residence, knocking it off its foundation,” TPD said in its first press release.


“The suspect vehicle accelerated rapidly and went off the road, striking a residence,” the department added in a follow-up news release. “There was no one in the house at the time of the accident.” The accident occurred shortly before 4:00 p.m. in a house on Sandusky Street in Tiffin, a small town about 55 miles southeast of Toledo.

Police later released dash cam footage of the brief chase that ended with more than seven officers and agents working together to break the rear window of the Camaro in an effort to get the baby out. Both Baker and the girl were pulled out and taken to a nearby hospital after officers performed CPR. According to Toledo-based ABC affiliate WTVG, officers said the girl was bleeding and breathing shallowly, but alive.

The boy would later succumb to her injuries. The defendant himself was initially in critical condition. The defendant is reportedly still being treated at St. Vincent Hospital in Toledo, according to the Advertiser-Tribune. The boy’s official cause of death has yet to be released as of this writing.


In chilling 911 calls posted after his arrest, the defendant, the girl’s mother and an unidentified third party, who called 911 dispatchers on the group call, discuss the state of affairs. “Anything you want to tell me before you say goodbye?” asks the defendant. “Johnathon, what’s going on buddy?” the other man asks.

The third person he calls also tells the dispatcher, at one point, that the girl’s mother is tracking the location of the defendant’s cell phone because she “forgot to turn it off.” That information was also provided to police to aid their efforts, WTVG reported. In one of the 911 calls, the girl’s mother plaintively pleads with her boyfriend, using her daughter’s name: “I just love her.”Read more……

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