Mugshot of Raymond Colon. (Credit: Collier County Sheriff's Office)
Mugshot of Raymond Colon. (Credit: Collier County Sheriff's Office)

Grand jury indicts Collier County man on first-degree premeditated murder charge

The Collier County Grand Jury has indicted Raymond Colon on one count of First-Degree Premeditated Murder.

Colon, 52, is accused of shooting Victoria Colon, 49, multiple times on or about December 9 at a home on the 2500 block of 41st Avenue Northeast.

According to CCSO, in a bizarre scene, a white SUV left the driveway where the alleged crime took place. As deputies were responding to the scene, the vehicle made a U-turn on Oil Well Rd. It proceeded to follow the nearby responding deputy.

When the deputy parked at the scene of the crime, the white SUV stopped directly behind his vehicle. A neighbor then called, identifying the vehicle as Colon’s. Deputies briefly spoke with him before making an arrest.

Colon is continuing to be held in jail with no bond while awaiting trial. Assistant State Attorneys Deborah Cunningham and Kate Rumley are prosecuting the case.

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