DALLAS (AP) - A Dallas grand jury has indicted a former teacher and Dallas Mavericks dancer for capital murder in the deaths of two people.
An indictment returned last week accuses Erbie Bowser of killing his estranged wife, Zina Bowser, and her daughter, Neima Williams, on August 7. Police have accused the 44-year-old Bowser of attacking homes in Dallas and the suburb of DeSoto, killing four people.
Bowser is a former performer in the Mavericks dance troupe known as the "ManiAACs."
He is currently being held in the Dallas County jail on $7 million bond.
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