No Charges Filed Against Wife Arrested in Alleged Love-Triangle Slaying of Husband
A 35-year-old Helendale woman was released from custody without being charged Thursday after being arrested with the 24-year-old Redlands firefighter with whom she was allegedly having an affair on suspicion of plotting to kill the woman’s husband.
Sabrina Limon’s husband, 38-year-old Robert Limon, was found shot to death on Aug. 17 inside a BNSF Railway building at a Tehachapi storage yard where he worked.
After three months of investigating, detectives identified 24-year-old firefighter Jonathan Michael Hearn of Hesperia as a possible suspect, the release stated.
“Jonathan Hearn had become involved in a romantic relationship with Sabrina Limon in the months leading up to Robert Limon’s murder,” said Ray Pruitt with the Kern County Sheriff’s Department.
A website maintained by Hearn, firefighterstory.com, states that it is “inspired by Sabrina L.” In an October 2012 comment on a post on the site, a “Sabrina L.” wrote, “YOU ARE SO AMAZING AND I AM SO LUCKY TO KNOW YOU!”
Hearn and Sabrina Limon were both arrested Tuesday on suspicion of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
But on Thursday, the Kern County District Attorney’s Office announced it was not moving forward with charges against Sabrina Limon at this time and sent the case back for further investigation, according to Lt. Dean Marshall with the Sheriff’s Department.