Jessica Grieco aka performer Jessica Chase is still being held on a 50K bond.
You may recall I once shot her at Southern Bukkake.
The DA recently has added charges including an additional charge of murder, a charge of involuntary manslaughter, two counts of felonious assault and one count of domestic violence.
My guess is that even if she did make bail she would immediately be re-incarcerated on the new charges and forced to get another bail hearing.
She has also been ordered to give a DNA sample. I doubt we have heard the end of this one…stay tuned.
Update: Two days ago (July 26) she was indicated in the fiance’s fatal shooting by a grand jury. A Montgomery County grand jury has indicted Jessica L. Grieco on counts of reckless homicide, involuntary manslaughter and domestic violence in this case. She will be arraigned Aug. 1, and remains in custody.
- Jessica L. Grieco, 33, told a 9-1-1 dispatcher she accidentally shot her fiancé while attempting to unload a gun to prevent him from committing suicide
- The victim, 32-year-old Peter Underwood, lived in the home on Claggett Drive where the shooting occurred.
- Jessica Grieco aka performer Jessica Chase has a prior conviction for domestic violence in Butler County.
Jessica Grieco aka performer Jessica Chase called 9-1-1 at about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and told dispatchers she shot Peter Underwood, 32, at their home on Claggett Drive in Harrison Twp.
“He’s shot in the chest. Get here now!” Grieco yelled. “He’s going to die!”
Underwood died of a shotgun wound to the chest, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office, which completed the autopsy Wednesday morning. The coroner ruled Underwood’s death a homicide.
Grieco repeatedly yelled, “Oh my God!” and said: “I tried to unload it. It went off because he was trying to commit suicide earlier. I had to take a rope from him earlier,” she said in the call, which the Dayton Daily News obtained through a public records request.
The dispatcher told the woman to keep pressure on Underwood’s wound. At one point in the call, there’s a noise that sounds like dishes being knocked on the floor.