Details emerge in Orange County mother's killing



ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - Channel 9 has learned new details about the night an Orange County woman was shot and killed in front her children.

The five-page arrest warrant paints a much clearer picture of the events that surrounded YolizMarie Borrero's death.

The documents state that during questioning John DeJesus said, "I'm going back to prison for this." When a deputy looked puzzled, he clarified by saying, "I'm going back to prison when I kill the guys who did this."

Initially DeJesus said three gunmen forced their way into his home and one of them shot his girlfriend, Borrero. He told investigators the gunmen appeared surprised that the gun went off, indicating Borrero was shot from some distance. But an autopsy revealed her wound was from a contact shot to the face, according to investigators.

The warrant also details surveillance video that a neighbor's camera captured around the time of the shooting. According to detectives, it shows a man running down the street and over a fence that surrounds a retention pond; the same man then runs back towards Borrero's home. Investigators said a 9mm handgun was later found in the pond.

According to the documents, the three bullets that were fired inside the home were from the gun found in the pond. The warrant states Borrero's family said she was trying to get out of what they described as an abusive relationship.

DeJesus remains at the Orange County Jail on no bond. He has been charged with first-degree murder.