Professional MMA fighter Aaron Rajman was murdered in his home in July of 2017, with Rajman being just 25 years old at the time of the murder.
Summer Church and Jace Swinton had previously pleaded guilty to second degree murder and were given ten year prison sentences, plus an additional ten years of probation for their roles in Rajman’s murder. Church and Swinton also agreed, as a part of the plea deal, to testify against Roberto Ortiz, who was one of the three people who entered Rajman’s home and later murdered the pro MMA fighter.
Church would admit to the authorities that she made the call to make sure that Rajman was home before the home invasion began, but it was Ortiz and two other men who entered said home and committed the heinous act. The other two men, according to the Palm Beach Post, allegedly are Cameron Burgess-Clark and Austin Baker.
Burgess-Clark has since been indicted on charges of first degree murder, plus armed home invasion charges and he has already been arrested by the authorities. Baker has also been charged with the same crimes as Burgess-Clark, but Baker was already in prison on unrelated charges.
Court records obtained by the Palm Beach Post suggest that a sixth person may have been involved in Rajman’s murder, but that hasn’t been confirmed at this time.