Jonathon Jerome Segar – Jonathon Jerome Segar biography

A man who fled across state lines after shooting and killing the mother of his young son is dead, though authorities used decidedly cryptic language to convey this information. Williston, Florida police announced that Jonathon Jerome Segar, 31, was shot and killed in Georgia. Segar had reportedly fled the central Florida town after shooting and killing 30-year-old Ariel Griffin, with whom he shared a son. Police found Segar Monday night. Williston Police Chief Mike Rolls broke the news Monday in somewhat tortuous fashion.

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The age of Jonathon Jerome Segar is 31 years

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“With the dedicated support of other law enforcement agencies, the suspect has been located and is no longer a threat to the public and the victim’s family,” he said Monday in a statement on Facebook. “Additional information will be released as it becomes available. At this time, please keep this family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.” Rolls told WCJB that Segar died of a gunshot wound in Georgia. The lawman did not elaborate on who pulled the trigger, nor did he describe the immediate circumstances when Segar died.


Rolls said on Facebook that officers responded Monday at 5:17 a.m. to Monterey Boats in Willison about a shooting. They found Griffin shot to death and identified his ex, Segar, as the suspect. The chief said they found probable cause of premeditated murder and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Segar and the victim have a prior domestic relationship,” Rolls said.

At the time, the chief described Segar as the last time he saw him driving a Chevrolet pickup with blue and yellow Discount Garage Door “DGD” graphics. He claimed that Segar, whom they considered armed and dangerous, fled before they arrived. They didn’t think he was already in Levy County, prompting a manhunt.  “Message to suspect,” Rolls wrote at the time. “Surrender or keep looking over your shoulder because we’re coming.”

Levy County deputies said they had responded twice over the weekend to separate domestic disputes involving Segar, according to WCJB. Griffin’s family said they tried to call police about Segar, but nothing happened.


“Someone should have been there,” said Diane Powell, Griffin’s mother. “You know, when he called the sheriff’s department from my house in Ocala at 6:00 yesterday and told them he was afraid to go home. Fortunately, she didn’t go to her house because he broke into her house in the middle of the night when she wasn’t there.”

Deputies said they filed a warrant for Segar’s arrest after he entered the residence and assaulted Griffin’s new boyfriend. They had been looking for him and made several phone calls to try to find him. Although Segar supposedly responded, he was evasive and did not tell them his whereabouts.Read More……..

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