A family sits shattered, after a brother stands accused of killing his sister, restraining his significant other and stabbing himself early last week.
Photo: Montgomery County detectives work a scene where they say Jordan Boijseauneau, 19, beat his sister to death, tied his girlfriend up and stabbed himself several times. He was released from the hospital July 26 and is in the Montgomery County Jail on $500,000 bond. (Tribune Photo/Caleb Harris)
Jordan Abel Boijseauneau, 19, of Hockley, is now in the Montgomery County Jail on charges that he beat his sister, Estephani Boijseauneau to death at their family home on Marshburn in the Glenwood area, July 24.
Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies, Magnolia Police and Montgomery County Precinct 5 deputy constables all responded to a 911 call from a neighbor who said Jordan’s 15-year-old girlfriend had escaped the home by cutting through duct tape restraints. She told detectives she had been held for nearly three hours. “The suspect’s girlfriend was in the house at the time,” Montgomery County Sheriff’s Lt. Bill Bucks said. “She escaped the residence and called police.”
Officers found the body of Estephani Boijseauneau just inside the home’s front door. Detectives said she had been beaten throughout the house, by unknown objects.
They made a quick sweep of the home and determined that Jordan had fled the scene. A short time later they found a man inside an abandoned home nearby, but determined it was not the suspect.
After another search of the home, deputies found Jordan underneath a pile of clothes in a closet. He was suffering from self-inflicted stab wounds and was under the influence of some unnamed drugs, according to detectives. He was rushed to the hospital, treated and jailed on Thursday afternoon. Family members sat at the scene in complete shock. “They’re obviously devastated,” Bucks said. “They lost one child to a murder and another who is in custody for it.”
Jordan Boijseauneau was recently released from the Harris County Jail, on charges of sexual assault of a minor. Police sources believe that the minor was the same 15-year-old who escaped from Jordan.
According to Tomball detective A. Chambers, Jordan Boijseauneau was caught engaging in sexual activity by Tomball patrol officers, May 12.
“The patrol officers drove up on a suspicious vehicle at Jeurgens Park, made contact and observed Jordan and a 15-year-old female in sexual activity,” Chambers said. “He lied about his age and told officers he was 16.”
Jordan was arrested at the scene and charged with Sexual Assault of a Minor and Failure to Identify. He later posted a $30,000 bond.
Jordan’s Facebook page shows a smiling couple, who he says is his girlfriend, however some law enforcement sources told the Tribune that the pair had recently traveled to Mexico to marry, after Jordan was freed from the Harris County Jail.
Notes from various friends and relatives posted to Jordan’s Facebook page, expressing sadness and also encouragement for the suspect.
The following comment is one of several posted to his Facebook page and is not edited for content or grammar.
“Hey cousin. (Our) family had been watching the news a lot lately (and) words getting out of the situation that occurred. I know this must be hard for you to wake up in the hospital and realize what you have done to Estephani, but like I said earlier today -- no matter what happens or happened we are family and we will stay strong (with our) head up for fighting for your sister and stand by you. That wasn’t you I know and the family and friends know the drugs (took) control,” the comment stated.
Jordan Boijseauneau’s bond was set at $500,000. As of press time his first court appearance had not been set.