Arrest made in mysterious murder of Microsoft executive Jared Bridegan, police say more suspects likely

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Florida police have made an arrest in connection with the murder of Jared Bridegan, a father of four and Microsoft executive, who was mysteriously shot last year.

Henry Tenon, 61, has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder, second degree murder with a weapon, subsequent complicity in a capital crime and child abuse, all linked to the murder of Mr Bridegan .

Jacksonville Beach Police Department Chief Gene Paul Smith shared the news of the arrest during a press conference Wednesday.

Melissa Nelson, the District Attorney for the Fourth Judicial District, told reporters that other suspects were being investigated.

“We know Henry Tenon did not act alone,” Ms Nelson said at the press conference.

On the night of February 16, 2022, Mr Bridegan dropped off his twin daughters at his ex-wife’s home in Jacksonville Beach after taking them out to dinner. A third daughter, from Mr Bridegan’s second marriage, was still in the car when he left his ex-wife’s house.

After driving about two miles, Mr Bridegan encountered a tire in the middle of a narrow one-way road out of the neighborhood. He turned on his turn signals, parked his car, and got out to clear the obstruction. He was shot numerous times at close range immediately after exiting his vehicle and died at the scene. His young daughter is unharmed.

Mr. Tenon was arrested on August 18 for felony possession of a weapon and driving with a suspended license, both unrelated to second-degree murder charges. He has previous convictions for burglary, assault and battery and certain traffic offences.

Authorities have not clarified the exact role they believe Mr. Tenon played in Mr. Bridegan’s death.

Arrest made in mysterious murder of Microsoft executive Jared Bridegan, police say more suspects likely

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