Over the course of more than two months, a woman’s body was discovered outside of an apartment complex in the northeastern area of Salem. A shooting victim has since been identified, and the person believed to be responsible has been taken into jail. On Tuesday, detectives with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office identified the victim of the shooting as Jissel Segura, who was 19 years old. Aaron Marion Esiyah Anderson, 20, of Portland was taken into custody in relation to her death, according to the sheriff’s office, which also confirmed his arrest.
On March 2, shortly after midnight, a person called 911 to report hearing gunshots on Embassy Way NE at Satter Drive NE. This location is close to the Embassy Court Apartments and is located in an unincorporated region of east Salem. Within a vehicle, responding deputies discovered Segura, who was originally from the Woodburn neighborhood, suffering from several gunshot wounds. It was determined that she had passed away at the site.
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The first investigation by the police led them to believe a homicide, but they did not release Segura’s name before conducting an autopsy and notifying her next of kin. During the subsequent months, little information was made available to the public; nonetheless, officials from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office stated that investigators worked relentlessly to apprehend Segura’s murderer. Anderson was taken into custody by agents of the United States Marshals Service on April 26. The incident took place in Sacramento, California.
Anderson is being charged with second-degree murder and unlawful use of a weapon in relation to the death of Segura, as well as for using a firearm against another lady in the weeks leading up to Segura’s death. These charges are in addition to the fact that Anderson is being charged with unlawful use of a weapon. At this time, he is being detained at the Marion County Jail, and he made his initial court appearance on Monday. Thursday is the day that he is expected to appear in court once again.