Suspect in brutal murder of Baltimore tech CEO was on early parole for violent rape thanks to Soros DA

"This individual will kill, and he will rape," police said.

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A multi-agency manhunt is underway in Maryland for a violent repeat offender who has been accused of killing a 26-year-old tech CEO who was found dead on Monday. Billingsley was released from prison early by the office of Soros-backed former State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby after serving just seven years of his 30-year sentence.

Jason Billingsley, 32, is wanted for the first-degree murder of Pava LaPere, the CEO and founder of EcoMap Technologies, who was found dead in her Baltimore apartment with injuries consistent with "blunt-force trauma," according to police.

Billingsley, who has an extensive criminal history, is wanted on additional charges relating to LaPere's murder which include reckless endangerment and assault, according to Newsweek.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley warned the public during a press brief on Tuesday that "This individual will kill, and he will rape."

"He will do anything he can to cause harm," Worley said. "We implore residents to be aware of their surroundings at all times."

Authorities slammed the release of Billingsley and said that he should never have been granted parole.

In 2015, Billingsley was sentenced to 30 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to a first-degree sex offense. In 2009, Billingsley pleaded guilty to first-degree assault, and in 2011, he pleaded guilty to second-degree assault, according to NBC News.

The Maryland sex offender registry shows that Billingsley was released early from prison in October.


Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott slammed the release of Billinglsey and said, "There is no way in hell that he should have been out on the street."

"When the police go out and do their job, as they did in this case ... and the state's attorney goes out and does their work, gets the conviction, the conviction should be the conviction," Scott asserted. "We are tired of talking about the same people committing the same kind of crimes over and over again."

Detectives are working to find a possible link between LaPere and Billingsley and whether or not there was a possible motive for the heinous crime. Although, police currently don't believe they had any relation to one another.

Worley issued a strong message to Billingsley to "turn yourself in" and warned him that "every single police officer in Baltimore City, the State of Maryland, as well as the US Marshals are looking for you."

"We will find you ... and then we will turn it over to the state’s attorney to prosecute you to the fullest. So please turn yourself in," Worley said during the press brief.
LaPere, who has been featured on Forbes' "30 Under 30" list, was remembered by her family in a written statement as "driven, creative, hard-working and relentless in her efforts, with her wonderful team at EcoMap Technologies."

"Pava made an impact in every endeavor she undertook and on every life she touched. She will be forever missed as a daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and loyal friend," the victim's family said.
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