Frisco Police arrested and charged 63-year-old Robert Moses with the murder of his ex-wife Anna Moses, a UTD employee, on Feb. 26 a little after 2 p.m.
Robert Moses, who has been charged with first degree murder for a bond of $1 million, has been transported to the Frisco Police Detention Center, a Frisco Police Press release stated.
The police made the arrest after a DNA sample from a bleeding laceration on Moses’ finger matched the DNA samples in the deceased’s car recovered from the crime scene, according to the Frisco Police report.
The arrest was made with the help of the Texas Ranger Division and the United States Marshals.
On Jan. 14, Frisco Police responded to a welfare check and found 43-year-old Anna, who was the assistant director of strategic planning and analysis, dead in her home.
The case was classified as a homicide and an isolated incident, said Frisco Public Information Officer Chad LaPrelle.
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