A little more than three weeks after the shooting death of a Preston Hollow woman, two more suspects have been arrested in connection with the crime, Dallas police said Monday evening.
Leslie Squair Baker, 59, was found shot in her driveway on May 25. She was taken to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead. A few days later, police announced they had arrested a 16-year-old male in connection with the shooting, and he had been charged with capital murder.
Police announced they arrested two more people in connection with the case June 15.
“Through the course of this investigation, homicide detectives were able to link two additional suspects that participated in the capital murder offense,” Dallas police said. “Suspects Antony Isaiah Taylor, an 18-year old Black male, and Deng Chen Ajack, a 19-year old Black male, were arrested for capital murder by the Dallas Police Department – Specialized Project Safe Neighborhood Unit.”
When interviewed, Ajack and Taylor allegedly admitted their involvement in the crime.
Baker was the director of marketing at Texas Health Center for Diagnostic Surgery in Plano, and was a W.T. White High School graduate.