Crime Woman Used Pandemic-Relief Loan to Pay a Hit Man for Murder of Miami TSA Agent: Police Le'Shonte Jones was allegedly murdered after agreeing to testify against Jasmine Martinez and two others By Chris Harris Chris Harris Twitter Chris Harris has been a senior true crime reporter for PEOPLE since late 2015. An award-winning journalist who has worked for Rolling Stone and MTV News, Chris enjoys prog rock, cycling, Marvel movies, IPAs, and roller coasters. People Editorial Guidelines Published on February 16, 2022 12:52 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Le'Shonte Jones . Photo: Facebook Authorities are alleging the May 3, 2021, murder of a 24-year-old Florida mother was a hired hit job, financed with a federal Paycheck Protection Program loan, according to reports. Earlier this week, PEOPLE confirmed the arrests of Javon Carter, 29, Romiel Robinson, 35, and Jasmine Martinez, 33, for the murder of Transportation Security Administration officer Le'Shonte Jones. Jones, who was working at Miami International Airport, was fatally shot outside her apartment in Homestead — right in front of her 3-year-old daughter, who was also injured. The shooting happened in broad daylight. The gunman, Miami-Dade authorities confirm, was wearing a black hoodie at the time of the shooting. 3 Suspects Arrested in Murder of Miami TSA Agent, Whose Toddler Was Also Injured in the Fatal Shooting A newly unsealed arrest warrant, obtained by WTVJ and the Miami Herald, alleges Martinez arranged Jones' murder, after the young mother agreed to testify against Martinez and two others, the outlets say. The reports indicate that the warrant accuses Martinez of paying Carter to carry out the hit using federal funds obtained from a $15,000 COVID-related PPP loan. "Bank statements were obtained which show a series of withdrawals of over $10,000 in cash and/or payments which occurs over the following days leading up to the homicide," WTVJ quotes from the warrant. Romiel Robinson, Jasmine Martinez, and Javon Carter. Miami-Dade Police (3) The warrant reportedly alleges a video was recovered from Carter's phone from the day of the shooting, showing him counting a large amount of cash, and bragging, "Just another day at the office." The warrant alleges Robinson — Martinez's new boyfriend — brokered the price for the killing with Carter, per the outlets. Carter and Robinson remain in jail without bond. Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? Sign up for PEOPLE's free True Crime newsletter for breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases. Martinez, who was arrested in St. Lucie County, is awaiting extradition to Miami-Dade. It is unclear if the three suspects have attorneys who could speak on their behalf.