A Florida teacher and two other people have been detained in connection with a murder in Alachua County last week.
Martesha Williams Johnson, 30, an Ocala math teacher at Fort King Middle School, was arrested in Alachua County on Thursday, along with Doug Heath, 36. Jasmine Webb, 32, was arrested the same day in Levy County, according to the report.
Deputies from Alachua County came to a home in Brooker on Monday, where they located the body of 44-year-old Tyerune G. Blocker. According to the investigation, a second guy, who was described as the intended victim of the shooting, was found in close vicinity to Blocker but was not hurt.
According to the inquiry, the three went to the apartment following an escalating altercation between Heath, Webb, and the uninjured guy via social media and the phone.
Witnesses, security footage, and technical information all showed Heath, Webb, and Johnson arriving at the apartment and being present at the time of the shooting. According to the report, the investigation also revealed that bullets were fired from the car the three were riding in, and that they all fled the area after the shooting.
Johnson, Heath, and Webb have all been charged with homicide, in varied degrees. Johnson, who was hired began working in the Marion County School District in 2012, is on paid leave pending the result of the police departments and internal investigations.