Jonny Santiago, 18, appeared in court for the first time on Friday morning on three counts of attempted murder of a police officer. Three counts of attempted murder of a police officer are brought against him. The Santiagos’ Deltona home is also hosting family members at the same time. Despite knowing what happened to Juan Santiago, they claim they still want to support his son, who is accused of killing him. “He wasn’t thinking clearly. According to Justo Burgos, Juan Santiago’s cousin, “He wasn’t in his right mind.”
- The Plan For Lake County To Build Oregon’s Biggest Landfill Is kept Secret
- The Lake County School District Has Increased Starting Salary For Teachers!
Family members of the victim, 52-year-old Juan Santiago, say they are devastated and still in disbelief that the victim’s son, 18-year-old Jonny Santiago, is the suspect in the killing. The body of the victim was discovered wedged in some bushes on the edge of Orange County’s Lake Avalon the day before.
“You should have my nephew’s health checked by a doctor. Something wasn’t right. Even in the mug images they got of him that I am looking at, that is not my nephew, Burgos remarked. After reportedly shooting at police enforcement in Lake County on Monday, the day after killing his father at the family’s Deltona vacation home, Jonny Santiago is currently being held without release. Santiago accepted a public defender’s services, but it appears that he prefers to work with a private attorney.