Marianna Quadruple Murder Case

By: Lauren Davis
By: Lauren Davis

The criminal evidence is back from the state crime lab in the quadruple murder case in Marianna.

A killer broke into an apartment complex on March 17th, 2005 and brutally murdered four people inside.

Nineteen-year-old Danielle Baker and her three sons were found bound with duct tape and dead in their home.

One baby was left alive and unharmed.

“We’re offering $25,000 dollars for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible,” said Chief Lou Roberts of Marianna Police.

Detectives have been working the case every day for the last two years interviewing people and gathering clues.

Most of the evidence taken from the crime scene the day of the murders has returned from the crime lab.

“We’re hoping it will give us direction for a person to charge,” said Chief Roberts.

Police have a person of interest, but nothing concrete to connect the person to the crime.

They are asking for the public's help to solve this horrendous slaying.

Chief Roberts says, “It’s very frustrating; we still feel someone knows something.”

Police are hoping the public's help and the crime scene evidence will help solve the homicide that shocked the small quiet town.

If you have any information on the murders or any clues from that day, please contact your local law enforcement in strict confidentiality.


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