Bond denied in Jay deadly shooting
A handyman in Jay, Florida is being held without bond in connection with a deadly shooting.
Christopher Warrick, 57, is now facing felony charges for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Investigators told Channel 3 news while he remains in custody he has not been charged with aggravated battery or homicide. They added the investigation is ongoing.
On Monday, Santa Rosa Sheriff's deputies arrived at the 6000 block of Tractor Trailer to find Kimberly Horne and her mother, Barbara Wolfe both shot.
According to report obtained by Channel 3 News, Wolfe and another man went to a home located on the 6000 block of Tractor Trailer to retrieve her clothing. The report states Christopher became physical and even balled up his fist to hit Wolfe but she manage to get away.
She left the home but returned a short time later. Warrick was still inside the home. According to reports, Horne was shot in the leg. Deputies found Wolfe shot in the chest and was pronounced dead on the scene.
Horne was transported to a trauma center but has since been released from the hospital.
Santa Rosa Sheriff Deputies will work with authorities to determine if charges will be upgraded.
For now, the 57-year-old, who was born in Brewton but lives in Jay, remains in the Santa Rosa County Jail without bond.