FRISCO, TX — It’s a murder that ended up in the national spotlight. Back in January, co-workers of UTD administrator Anna Moses reported her missing after she didn’t show up for work. When Frisco PD went to her home on Charleston drive, they made a grim discovery.
“We were able to enter the residence, and we were able to locate Anna Moses’ body deceased in the garage,” said Benito Valdez with Frisco PD
Police say several bullet casings were found near her body. Cops also found her car a few blocks away with blood on the driver’s seat.
The next day, investigators interviewed ex-husband Robert Moses and noticed he had a blood-soaked bandage on his hand. He volunteered to let Frisco PD take a blood sample.
“That blood was tested for DNA analysis which came back as a match for Robert Moses, Anna’s ex husband,” said Valdez. Thursday Frisco PD issued a warrant for his arrest.
“Robert Moses was taken into custody and charged with the murder of his ex-wife Anna Moses. He is now currently in the Collin County Jail.”
Bond has been set at a $1,000,000. Although cops say they don’t have a motive, they believe this case is solved.
“We know that several residents in the area were concerned for their well being and their safety. We just want them to know we are very confident that he was the sole offender.”