March 17th will mark the two-year anniversary of the murders of Danielle Baker and her three sons. Now one of the only remaining members of the family is making another desperate plea for information that may help solve this case.
"If there is anyone who knows anything about this case please come forward," said Lavon Baker, Danielle’s father.
Baker says his life has not been the same ever since his daughter and her three sons Ahmaad, Amarian and Aaron were killed. The four were found inside their home at the Cottondale Village Apartments in Marianna, back in March of 2005. Since then, authorities have spent thousands of hours analyzing evidence, trying to crack the case.
"This produced several thousand exhibits to include fibers, hairs and stains as well as other trace evidence," said Marianna police chief, Lou Roberts.
None of the evidence has led to an arrest. Police do say Baker's former boyfriend, Wesley Jonathan Williams, is a person of interest, but investigators have not been able to tie him to the murders. Williams is in prison on unrelated charges, but Baker's father is still holding on to the hope that someone who saw something will help end this investigation.
"We just need some closure here. It's taken a toll on my family, on my marriage, on our lives period," said Baker.
As long as this case goes unsolved, authorities will continue to offer a $25,000 reward to anyone who has information that can help police make an arrest.
Anyone with information about this case is being asked to call the Marianna Police Department at (850) 526-3125.
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