Jeffrey Noble was arrested in Dallas late Sunday in connection with a triple murder in Houston, the officials said.
(Harris County Sheriff’s Office)
The suspect in a triple murder that took place in Houston house was set on more than 200 miles away in Dallas, officials said Monday.
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office said Jeffery Noble, 35, was arrested late Sunday by Dallas Police after he fled the Houston area in a red Honda accord on Friday.
“Thank you to the community and our law enforcement partners for helping us to get Noble into custody,” the HCSO said.
Jeffery Noble, the suspect in Friday the West Harris Co. triple murder, was captured overnight in Dallas by @DallasPD. Thank you for the community and our law enforcement partners for helping us to get Noble into custody. #hounews pic.twitter.com/1uOXhXUo59
— HCSOTexas (@HCSOTexas) December 11, 2017
Noble was booked late Sunday in the Dallas County jail and is being held on a charge of capital murder, FOX4 News reported.
The authorities were looking for Precious since Friday after a man and a woman were found dead with gunshot wounds to the head in a house in the northwest part of Houston.
A third person was found dead of apparent gunshot wounds to the neck and jaw, the Houston Chronicle.
The authorities, the victims of the 67-year-old Robert Sciandra, the 22-year-old Jessica Sciandra and the 25-year-old Michael Jordan Collier. The relationship between Robert and Jessica Sciandra was not immediately clear.
Another woman was able to escape the home and told a neighbor to call 911.
The neighbour, Claire Vincik, told the Houston Chronicle the woman said, “is there anyone at the shoot at the house and call 911.
“It almost looked like she was hiding from someone,” Vincik said.
Travis Fedschun is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @travfed