Triple Murder Suspect On the Run, Police Focus Search in Selma and Dallas Co.
It's the third night investigators are searching for 22-year-old Deandra Marquis Lee who is accused for shooting 9-year-old twins Jordan and Taylor Dejerinett, plus their babysitter 73-year-old Jack Mac Girdner.
Friday night investigators are focusing their search in
Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson says Lee is still considered armed and very dangerous.
“So people need to be careful, they need to let law enforcement handle it, they just need to contact law enforcement if they spot Mr. Lee and not try to confront him,”
Friday officers question friends, family and other residents in
“I have to say my investigators; they can track a squirrel down in the woods,”
“You can actually be considered an accessory to the crime when you're helping somebody escape from a charge,”
“I don’t even walk my baby [outside] no more, I be too scared,” said Gabrielle Blebins of
“People is talking about it, people is mostly upset because he [allegedly] killed these babies,” Willie Davidson of
“If he is [guilty], they should be scared, if he didn’t do it, they should still be afraid,” Claude McDaniel said standing alongside his young daughters. McDaniel lives in Minter where babysitter Jack Girdner’s missing 1988 Mercedes Benze was found Wednesday with all four doors removed.
According to District Attorney Jackson, once Deandra Lee is arrested, he will not be able to be released. Thursday, a Dallas County Judge granted the
“When he gets picked up, he's not going to be able to get out, he's going to be locked up until all this stuff is dealt with in another county,”
As for when an arrest will be made, sources tell CBS-8 News they expect to find Lee by this weekend, but could not pin down a timeline.