Jean Robert Macean Jr. accused in double murder in Florida

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Jean Robert Macean (left); Terry and Brenda Aultman (right).

A grand jury in Florida has indicted a man who allegedly stabbed a Dakota Beach couple on their way home from Bike Week. Jean Robert Macean Jr., 32, faces two counts of first-degree murder with a weapon. The police think he killed BILLIONultman mistake48 and Brenda Aultman55, at random.

Court documents show an arrangement is scheduled for next Tuesday.

Eyewitnesses found the Aultmans early Sunday morning, March 6, about a mile from their home. Officers have released photos of a person of interest. According to prosecutors, it turned out to be Macean. He arrived at Dakota Beach from Orlando the day before by bus and then left the day of the murder, Sheriff Jakari Young previously said in a press conference. The sheriff later claimed Macean had confessed to the murders.

Court records show the defendant was arrested in Orange County.

“This is not true,” Sarah Turner, Brenda’s daughter and Terry’s stepdaughter, said at the press conference. “It doesn’t feel real, and I don’t think it will. I lost my best friend. My mother is the most wonderful, caring, giving, loving and selfless person in the world. And most of all, she’s as funny as she can be, and so is her husband. They are all wonderful, happy, and loving, and they don’t deserve what happened to them. And I just thank each and every one of you for all the work you guys put in to get this guy out of the way – I’m sorry, he’s not a human – a monster, give the monster get this thing off the street so that no one else will get hurt or face the pain and devastation this has caused the lives of so many who know them. “

An affidavit obtained by Law & Crime said Daytona Beach police officers responded to the intersection of North Wild Olive Avenue and Riverview Avenue on the Sunday in question.

“During the scene, units found a male and female lying in the front yard” of a nearby residence,” the document said. “Both victims were covered in blood and each of them had deep lacerations in their throats.”

The affidavit said Brenda’s right shoe was 15 feet from her body in a bush. A wallet, two bicycles and a bunch of Terry’s hair were nearby. A “massive amount of blood” covered the grass “under and around the bike.”

Signs on the ground indicate that the bodies were “pulled across the sidewalk and placed in the front yard of the mansion” where officers located the victims, court proceedings continued.

Witnesses found the bodies and called the police, the affidavit added. Surveillance camera footage captured a suspect with an “unusual, slow gait” and police made it public in the hope of tracing the man depicted in it.

A third witness arrived saying he believed he had interacted with the suspect and provided pictures to police, the court papers added.

Police wrote that they obtained another video showing the suspect approaching the victims in an apparent attempt to catch up with them. Other footage, presumably from the murder, shows the suspect with what police believe is blood on his pants, court documents allege.

Authorities tracked down the defendant’s name after the video also placed him at a Johnny Rockets restaurant in Daytona Beach, according to paperwork. He allegedly paid with a credit card in his name and he signed the receipt with the initials “JM,” authorities wrote.

Macean remains in unfettered custody at the Volusia County Jail.

Read the full indictment and affidavit below:

Aaron Keller contributed reporting.

[Mugshot via Volusia County Jail; image of the Aultmans vis Daytona Beach Police Department]

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