Report: Missouri man sentenced in federal court for hiring hitman to kill the very underage victim he molested

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JEFFERSON CITY, MO- According to a press release from the Department of Justice (DOJ), a Missouri man has been sentenced in federal court for attempting to hire a hitman to kill his alleged victim, who was underage.

Fox News reported that the man, identified as 57-year-old Jon Mark Wilson, has been accused of molesting a minor and has been sentenced to 10 years without the possibility of parole for attempting to have that individual killed.

He was sentenced on April 5, 2022 by U.S. District Judge Brian C. Wimes. According to the DOJ:

“On September 28, 2021, Wilson pleaded guilty to one count of the use of interstate facilities (the use of a cell phone and crossing state lines) in the commission of murder for hire. Wilson admitted that he paid $2,000 to an undercover agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) to murder his alleged victim in a separate state case.”

Wilson has also been charged in Pettis County, Mo. with two counts of felony first degree statutory sodomy in a case that is still pending as of this writing.

According to prosecutors, Wilson solicited another person in January 2019 to murder the alleged victim so that he could avoid prosecution in the Pettis County case. That person contacted the authorities and helped arrange a meeting between Wilson and an undercover agent. According to DOJ:

“Wilson agreed to hire the undercover agent to murder the intended victim. During that meeting, according to court documents, Wilson told the undercover agent that he wished he could have the victim’s mother killed as well, but he did not have the money. Wilson said he hoped the victim’s mother would be so distraught over her child’s death that she would kill herself.”

On January 22, 2019, Wilson drove from Sedalia, Missouri to Kansas City, Kansas to meet with the undercover agent and agreed to pay $2,000 plus another $5,000 after the job was complete. According to court documents, Wilson also provided a photo of the intended target.

The New York Post reported that in the court documents, Wilson said to the undercover agent:

“It’s the only choice I got.”

The press release form the DOJ stated:

“Wilson also went to the Cabela’s store and purchased 25 shotgun shells for the undercover agent to use in the murder. When Wilson left the area, he was stopped and arrested by a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper.”

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In a separate incident, a Wilmington, Delaware man was arrested at the end of March on charges of devising a plot to engage in an interstate murder-for-hire. According to the press release from the DOJ:

“…Javier A. Rodriguez, age 47, hired a hitman to murder his ex-wife. Over the course of the investigation, Rodriguez made a down payment of $5,000 to another individual to pay for the hitman. Rodriguez also agree to pay an additional $5,000 once the murder was complete.”

According to the Associated Press, Rodriguez was planning on having the hitman kill his ex-wife at her place of employment, a Maryland tire shop. Rodriguez was charged by criminal complaint and faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison if convicted.

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Selfie video of alleged murder-for-hire hitman shows him counting cash for the murder of a TSA officer in 2021

April 2nd, 2022

MIAMI, FL – A video of an alleged hitman who was hired to kill a TSA officer has been released by the Florida State Attorney’s office.

In the cellphone video, Javon Carter, 29, is shown sitting in a car.

While he sits, he is counting thousands of dollars that he allegedly received when he murdered Le’Shonte Jones last May.

As he counts, he says:

“Another day in the office.”

 

 

May 3, 2021, Le’Shonte Jones, was murdered outside of her home.

According to police, someone in a dark gray Nissan approached, fired their weapon at Jones and her 3-year-old daughter, and took off.

This brazen attack took place during the day and just feet away from Jones’s front door.

Jones was pronounced dead at the scene, and her 3-year-old daughter was hurt in the incident.

 

Carter’s few minutes of fame are now being used as evidence against him. He and two accomplices will face the death penalty as a result of a Miami-Dade grand jury indictment.

He has pleaded not guilty and is waiting for his trial.

 

A woman who is allegedly involved in the case, Jasmine Martinez, 33, used COVID-19 pandemic funding for small businesses to pay for the hit on Jones.

Martinez allegedly received $15,000 from the PPP-Payroll Protection Program. Allegedly, she took $10,000 from this payout to hire Carter to murder Jones in May 2021.

Jones was a victim and witness in the robbery case involving one of Martinez’s boyfriends.

Martinez was accused of additional attacks on Jones prior to her murder.

Court records show that Martinez had multiple confrontations with the murder victim.

In 2016, she was arrested for battery and accused of hitting Jones.

At the time, Jones was dating Martinez’s ex-boyfriend.

Then, in February 2020, after a hearing for the battery case, Jones was attacked again by Martinez in the Miami criminal courthouse parking lot by her then-current boyfriend, Kelly Nelson.

The attacker was sentenced to jail for armed robbery and is currently waiting for a trial.

 

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Police: Three people used PPP fraud to help fund murder-for-hire killing of TSA Agent

NARANJA, FL – Recently released court documents revealed a tangled web of fraud, witness tampering, and the murder of a TSA Agent that seems like it is straight out of a movie.

Police have announced that they have taken three people in custody for the murder of the 24-year-old.

 

Miami-Dade Police reported they have arrested Javon Carter, Romiel Robinson, and Jasmine Martinez in connection with the shooting death of TSA Agent Le’Shonte Jones.

All three face charges of first-degree homicide and injuring Jones’ three-year-old while Robinson and Martinez face additional charges of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder.

The murder occurred on May 3rd, 2021, when Jones and her three-year-old daughter were outside of the Coral Bay Cove Apartments where she lived.

As Jones and her daughter were in the parking lot, someone from a dark colored Nissan pulled up and opened fire, striking both Jones and her daughter.

When police and medics arrived at the scene, they were unable to revive Jones. Thankfully, her daughter did not receive any critical injuries and was treated at a nearby hospital.

After Jones was murdered, police received an anonymous tip that Carter was the person who shot and killed her.

Detectives began to work the case, starting on Carter, and slowly started to put the case together.

As detectives investigated the case, they began to suspect that Jones may have been murdered over a former dispute between she and Martinez. Because of this and other evidence that was located during the investigation, police believe that Martinez arranged and paid for the contract killing.

Police speculate that Martinez wanted Jones dead as she had been arrested for battery against her in 2018. Then in 2020, after Jones appeared in court and testified against her.

As Jones left the courthouse, she was robbed at gunpoint by two men, one of them was identified as Kelly Nelson, an ex-boyfriend of Martinez. Both Nelson and his alleged accomplice, Keyanu Queen, were arrested and jailed for the offense.

After Nelson and Queen were taken into custody, Jones agreed to pursue charges and testify against them both. This apparently angered Martinez who then resorted to allegedly bribing Jones not to testify against the pair.

On March 25th, Jones contacted the police and reported that she was being harassed and offered money in exchange for not testifying against Nelson and Queen. Jones alleged the request was made on social media asking her to call the prosecutor and claim that Nelson did not have a gun.

According to Jones, the social media message mentioned that Martinez wanted Nelson out of jail so he could help take care of the children. Jones refused the request and appeared in court to testify in a deposition hearing against both Queen and Nelson.

 

Now suspecting Martinez was the culprit, detectives began to review the recorded phone calls that Nelson had made while in custody before the shooting. According to the warrant, Martinez allegedly told Nelson on February 11th:

“That she is ‘ready to go kill this hoe’ and that (Jones) has to die.”

Police allege that Martinez worked to secure money to hire a hitman to take Jones out.

To pay for the hit, she allegedly used the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to acquire $10,000. Part of the arrest warrant read:

“Bank statements were obtained which show a series of withdrawals of over $10,000 in cash and/or payments which occurs over the following days leading up to the homicide.”

Police believe that Robinson, who is Martinez’s new boyfriend, worked as the third party between the hitman and her. On February 12th, Robinson called Martinez who said told him that she felt bad for Nelson during the conversation because he was in jail for something he did not do.

Detectives noted less than an hour after that phone call was made, Robinson called Carter, telling him that Martinez was on her way to see him for what was described as a “life or death situation.”

Afterwards, Carter allegedly texted Martinez said that there had been an introduction.

Police reported that Nelson was able to somehow apply for and receive a $15,000 federal PPP loan on April 20th. A week later, Robinson allegedly called Carter to work on a payment to kill Jones in code, according to the warrant:

“Robinson asks if he can get the number 10 jersey. Carter responds that it is usually 20 to 25.”

According to police, there must have been some type of payment agreed upon since Carter was allegedly in Jones’ apartment on April 30th and May 1st. Police suspect this as cellphone data they received through a warrant placed him at her residence.

Police also viewed Carter’s GPS data provided by his cellphone through a warrant which showed he was at the crime scene when Jones was murdered.

They also allegedly located a video of Carter counting a large sum of money after the murder on his phone. The video was captioned:

“Just another day at the office.”

Both Robinson and Carter are in the county jail and are being held without bond. Martinez was located and arrested in St. Lucie County and is currently awaiting extradition back to Miami-Dade.

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