The Garland Police Department announced late Thursday afternoon that bonds have now been set on capital murder suspects Kvaughandre Presley, 20, of Dallas, and Gabriela Liliana Torres, 21, of Garland. The two are charged with Capital Murder for the shooting death of 60-year-old Patricia Eifert, of Jasper.

~ Bond on Kvaughandre Presley is set at $1,000,000.00

~ Bond on Gabriela Liliana Torres is set at $750,000.00

Garland Police also said that they, along with the U.S. Marshal’s Service Vioent Crimes Task Force tracked down the couple and arrested them late Thursday morning at a home in Dallas. The exact location was not provided.

Additionally, Garland Police released new jail book-in photos of the pair.

Both remain in the Dallas County Jail.


Garland Police said Thursday afternoon that two suspects in the murder of Jasper resident Patricia Eifert have been captured. Word of the arrests came shortly after 2:00.

In custody are Kvaughandre Presley, 20, of Dallas, and Gabriela Liliana Torres, 21, of Garland. They were named in Capital Murder warrants for the shooting death of the 60-year-old woman.

So far police have not said where the couple was captured or any other details about their arrest.

Police said that Eifert’s daughter, Annie Bryant and her husband, had just recently bought the home located in the 700 block of Briar Way in Garland, which is just northeast of Dallas.

According to police, Eifert had been helping her daughter and son-in-law to move into the house and she was in the house alone at about 7:00 Tuesday evening when she was killed. Her body was later discovered by her son-in-law.

Garland Police released video from a security camera at a house across the alley from where the crime occurred. The video showed a black car rolling slowly down the alley and then backing up when they saw an open garage door on the house that Eifert was in. The video then showed both people going in, and a few minutes later they began coming out carrying items which police say they stole from the house.

Garland Police say the couple drove away and a short time later were involved in a hit-and-run crash in which the male pointed a gun at the other driver and then fled the scene.

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