Still no sign of murder suspect who bonded out of Orange County Jail

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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. —

It's been two days since a man accused of killing his girlfriend has been seen after bonding out of the Orange County Jail Sunday on a lesser charge.

John Michael DeJesus told detectives last week that three Hispanic men barged into their Millrace Court home, demanded money and then shot his girlfriend, 22-year-old YolizMarie Borrero, in front of their 4-month-old daughter and Borrero's 4-year-old son.

Authorities later said the story appeared to be fabricated, and they named DeJesus as their prime suspect, but murder charges have yet to be filed against the 28-year-old.

DeJesus was arrested twice since Borrero's death, once on a drug charge and the second time on a weapons charge, but was able to bond out of jail both times.

Now, DeJesus' bondsman said he has revoked the bond, saying DeJesus failed to tell him he was a murder suspect and didn't show up to sign paperwork. DeJesus, however, has not been located for two days.

DeJesus is an admitted Latin Kings gang member who's been arrested 23 times. He's also  a registered sex offender after his conviction for raping a teenager.

Records obtained by Channel 9 show DeJesus has strong ties to Puerto Rico and also has associates in Texas, family in south Florida and connections to people in central Florida.

Department of Corrections records show DeJesus also has a number of aliases, including King Peligro, which means King Danger, and Nathaniel Wallace.