The world has been captivated by the murder of Nona Dirksmeyer, the beautiful model whose body was discovered in her Los Angeles home this past Tuesday morning. While the police have already arrested her boyfriend Kevin Jones and charged him with murder, there are some signs that he might not be guilty after all.
The evidence against boyfriend Kevin Jones
Kevin lives with a roommate and they have separate rooms. It’s unclear if he has access to the other room. The roommate is on vacation right now, but according to his social media posts, it looks like he was in another country when the murder happened. There is no evidence that this person had anything to do with it.
Kevin’s family home is a two-hour drive from the murder scene. He claims that he left the house around 5pm, which would make sense if he was meeting Nona for dinner as she requested in her text message to him. But there are no cell phone records or video surveillance footage of him arriving at or leaving from the restaurant where they met up for dinner before her death.
What about her work? Kevin claimed that Nona said she was going out for drinks with coworkers after work. But one of them just remembered talking to Nona after work, so it’s possible that Nona never went out for drinks. She may have gone straight home to get ready for their date.
The Evidence For Boyfriend Kevin Jones
Kevin has never been convicted of a crime, but he has had a number of run-ins with the law. He was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon and possession of marijuana in 1999. In 2002, he was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and pleaded guilty to simple assault. Most recently, in 2014, he was convicted of robbery and sentenced to 12 years in prison (he only served 3 months).
It’s likely that the victim knew her killer because she let them inside her home. The evidence points to one person: Kevin Jones. There is no sign of forced entry into Ms. Dirksmeyer’s home. That means whoever murdered her knew their way around the house and was able to disarm her without waking anyone up, including Mr. Jones who slept on the couch that night.
But wait – why would Mr. Jones kill his girlfriend? Well, as it turns out, Mr. Jones didn’t have an alibi for the time of death – something which could be easily fabricated if he were a murderer or hired someone else to do his dirty work.
Why I Think Jones Is Innocent
Nona Dirksmeyer was found dead in her bedroom, but there were no signs of a struggle. I don’t think her boyfriend had anything to do with it. The only other person in the house was her mom and she’s pretty old and frail. She also has health problems and wouldn’t have been able to overpower Nona by herself.
It doesn’t seem like anyone would want to kill a kindhearted girl like Nona, so I’m thinking someone from outside the home might have committed this crime. If you are looking for more reasons why I think he’s innocent, check out my blog post: Who Murdered Nona Dirksmeyer? A Closer Look at Boyfriend Kevin Jones
The Real Killer – Identifying Michael Evans as the Real Criminal
Although Michael Evans was convicted for the murder of Nona Dirksmeyer, there is a lot of evidence to suggest that he was framed by his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend, as well as the victim’s father. For example, Michael Evans had a close relationship with the victim and would have been unlikely to kill her. Furthermore, he had no motive to hurt or kill her because she was supporting him financially. Additionally, it is important to note that there were discrepancies in the timeline of events.
The most compelling piece of evidence is that the victim’s other ex-boyfriends admitted to being with the victim just before she died and they did not see any signs of foul play or violence on her body. These statements conflict with the testimony from witnesses who saw bruises and marks on Nona Dirksmeyer when she was found.
Therefore, there is reasonable doubt about whether or not Kevin Jones killed Nona Dirksmeyer – a closer look at Mr. Jones reveals several red flags which indicate he may be responsible for this crime: 1) He has an extensive history of violent crimes; 2) He doesn’t know how to use computers; 3) He lied about how much money he made from each year’s earnings; 4) There are reports from those who knew him in high school that say he acted strangely towards girls and
showed a penchant for inappropriate physical contact.
Final Thoughts on Who Killed Nona Dirksmeyer
In the end, it is unclear as to who killed Nona Dirksmeyer. We know she had been dating her boyfriend for about a year and that he has not been named a suspect in her death. However, we do know that he was the last person to see her before she went missing. The police have also said they are looking into other suspects but have yet to release any names or information on other persons of interest.
It’s difficult to determine whether or not Mr. Jones may be guilty without more information from the investigation, however there are some indications that should be looked at closely when examining his involvement. First of all, he reportedly failed his polygraph test which indicates deception on his part, though this isn’t definitive evidence either way so much as an indication worth looking into further. Second, while being interviewed by investigators, Mr.