One Arrested In Fatal Weekend Shooting; One Suspect Still Wanted

October 31, 2022

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office has made one arrest and is searching for another suspect in a weekend murder.

Saturday, the ECSO responded to the 1000 block of Medford Avenue where they found a male with multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced deceased.

The victim has been identified by family members as 22-year old Jesse Allen Geoghahan.

Lawrence Bonner, Jr., 44, was been charged with principal to first-degree premeditated murder. They are still looking for 29-year old Jacob Monroe Colville for first degree premeditated murder.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 436-9620 or Crime Stoppers at (850) 433-STOP.


4 Responses to “One Arrested In Fatal Weekend Shooting; One Suspect Still Wanted”

  1. Jessie on November 2nd, 2022 5:27 am

    Jacob you killed someone very very dear to me. I saw u thru a video call just hours before and I bet u knew even then what u were planning as u lied 5o me and told me u were going to drive him to my house. I HATE YOU I HATE YOU SO MUCH! u killed my friend over a damn female u will never get to see or touch ever again. ! Never again will I get to hear my friends voice or ever expect him to knock on my front door or call my phone. Ur an evil evil person. To the inner core. I feel sorry for ur daughter who has u as a father which btw u better say ur goodbyes while ur still at large cuz ur never gonna see the light of day again .. but I can’t blame all this on you no I can’t because Escambia county is the one who allowed you to get back out after what your third conviction of possession of a firearm as a convicted felon . Ur a violent calculated cold evil person and I pray to my God to overflow ur cup with nothing short of agonizing guilt. U are the devil in the flesh . #justiceforjesse

  2. NPC on November 1st, 2022 1:13 pm

    I believe a pretty close conclusion could be drawn that both suspects and I use that term loosely, had previous interactions with law enforcement, maybe even to a degree of felony. If that is the case, neither should be inpossession of a firearm. All too often, there are reports of deaths by felons taking a life with a gun. If you feel that stricter gun laws will reduce these senseless killings you are oblivious to facts.

  3. Jr on November 1st, 2022 5:56 am

    Hey Colville, go ahead and turn yourself in. You did this crime and now you must pay your price. A 26 year old kid(I’m way older so I can say that) lost his life over what? You wanting to play tough guy? Your thug life has finally caught up with you and your life is over as well now. I pray the Authorities catch you, they try you and they sentence you and they execute you for this that you cold bloodily did. For whatever the reason was that you decided to take this life I have to ask you one question. Was it worth it? I bet you are out there…probably not far from his family’s home…shaking in your shoes…not knowing what your next move is going to be. Give this family…the family of your friend that you KILLED…the closure they so deserve and turn yourself in. I pray for you as well…because OUR GOD tells me to be this way…you need to man up and do THE RIGHT THING….

  4. steve on October 31st, 2022 5:52 pm

    Somebody knows where jacob is or what vehicle he driving.. Tell the sheriff so he can get off the streets before he kills someone else.
    The days of just fighting with hands and calling it done afterward are gone. There are no morals today, everything is overly violent when the outcome is regretted most times.
    This is no game and there is no reset for the victim and the murderer. Lives are effected that will take generations to move on from.,