Crime, Murder, Student Loans

Icy Details Emerge From Debtor/Murder Suspect Jason Bohn

Jason Bohn

As we mentioned in Morning Docket, there have been developments, many of them horrifying, in the Jason Bohn investigation.

Bohn was featured in the New York Times for the massive debts he collected from the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida. He is now suspected of murdering his girlfriend, Danielle Thomas, in their Queens apartment.

Following a six-day manhunt, Bohn was apprehended late Friday night while having dinner with his mother and his lawyer in White Plains. Police claim that Bohn left some really disturbing notes strewn around his apartment that attest to his alleged crime…

The New York Post has details on notes that Bohn allegedly left in the Astoria apartment he shared with Thomas:

Cops found two dramatic notes at Queens apartment where a 27-year-old woman was brutally beaten to death, in which the alleged killer repeatedly claims the crime was a drunken accident, authorities said today.

“It was an accident, it was an accident, it was an accident,” Jason Bohn, 33, allegedly wrote, according to a statement from Queens DA Richard Brown.

“I had been drinking and I was drunk when I got home. She was already asleep,” the note said. “I woke up and there was fighting between us. When I woke up again she was unconscious. I am sorry.”

In the second note, he allegedly wrote, “Dani, I will love you forever.”

The Post also reports that Bohn allegedly kept Thomas’s dead body on ice in the bathtub of their apartment while he was sending out text messages on her phone telling her friends that she was fine.

Bohn has been charged with murder in the second degree, tampering with physical evidence, and first degree criminal contempt.

Lawyer who allegedly murdered girlfriend claims her death was an ‘accident’ [New York Post]

Earlier: Debt-Laden Law Grad Featured in NYT Article on Perils of Law School Suspected of Murder

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