By Julie Montanaro
A Leon County Grand Jury indicted Elroy Jordan in the shooting death of 83 year old Willie Dixon.
Dixon was shot in a home on Strong Pine Court in Woodville October 2nd.
Jordan was indicted for first degree murder, aggravated assault with a firearm, violating a domestic violence injunction and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Press Release: Leon County Sheriff's Office
At 7:25 pm on October 2, 2013, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office responded to 4351 Strong Pine Court in reference to a disturbance. Arriving deputies made contact with 59 year old Willie Hall, Elroy Jordon, 55, and discovered 83 year old Willie Dixon deceased on the living room floor.
Hall told deputies that he was in another part of the residence when he heard several gunshots. Hall said Jordon had shot Dixon and was still holding the gun when he entered the room. Hall said Jordon pointed the gun at him too, but he managed to wrestle it away from Jordon, who is confined to a wheelchair.
Jordon and Hall were taken to the Leon County Sheriff’s Office where they were interviewed.
Violent Crimes Detectives learned that Jordon was upset with Dixon about a dispute over a vehicle and an argument from earlier in the week. Detectives also confirmed that Jordon purchased the gun “on the street” and that Jordon believed the gun to be stolen at the time he acquired it.
The gun was reported stolen by TPD in 1997. Jordon was taken to the Leon County Jail. An autopsy is scheduled for Friday.
This investigation is continuing and any additional information will be released when available.
55 years old
Charges: Homicide, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Carrying a Concealed Weapon and Violation of an Injunction for Protection against Domestic Violence
By: Garin Flowers
October 2, 2013
Tallahassee, FL - Around 7:25 pm the Leon County Sheriff's Office received a call about a disturbance at a home on 4351 Strong Pine Ct. When they arrived, investigators found someone dead.
Deputies say they are treating this as a homicide, and all parties involved are accounted for and being questioned at the Sheriff's office. However, they are in the early stages of their investigation and have not made any arrests. Deputies are releasing very few details about the victim until they can notify the next of kin.
Deputies are still collecting information and interviewing people in the community.
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