MCKINNEY (CBSDFW.COM) – Three people are in police custody for the death of a McKinney man found in his home.READ MORE: Duncanville Basketball Star Anthony Black Stays Positive Despite Ongoing Legal Battle Over Eligibility
Chansamorn Pokai and her friend Stephen Brockway are charged with hiring Ronald Rosser to murder Pokai’s husband, 66 year-old Richard Moore, two weeks ago.
Police say the couple had an unhealthy relationship, and officers had been to their home as recently as January to hear complaints that each had been unfaithful.
“This was not a healthy relationship,” explains Assistant McKinney Police Chief Randy Roland. “They’d had a lot of ongoing and off going strife.”
Investigators had made multiple calls to the couple’s home in recent months.
“The latest call that we had was in January I believe of this year, and it was regarding infidelity. We have uncovered that both sides had accused each other of being unfaithful.”
Police say Pokai reported finding her husband alone in their home, located in the 8700 block of La Quinta Lane, with multiple gunshot wounds.
Detectives were later able to piece together Pokai and Brockway hired Rosser with killing Moore and that the motive was money.READ MORE: ‘It’s A Great Concern For Us’ Ukrainians In North Texas Worried About Possible Russian Invasion.
Police believe those marital problems led Pokai and her friend Stephen Brockway to hire Ronald Rosser to kill Moore.
“Part of our ongoing investigation to find out, was it a romantic relationship, how involved were they, when did that friendship start,” says Chief Roland.
Tuesday McKinney Police with the help of East Texas police departments and Texas Rangers arrested Ronald Rosser.
Also Tuesday, McKinney Police Department and Texas Rangers arrested Chansamorn Pokai and Stephen Brockway.
Rosser is currently being held on unrelated Federal Firearm charges in addition to the Capital Murder charge at the Gregg County Sheriff’s Office.
Pokai and Brockway are being held in the Colin County Jail.
All three suspects are charged with capital murder, and each is held on a $1 million bond.
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