PLANO, Texas — Updated Monday with details from the probable cause affidavit.
A man who had previously been arrested on a burglary charge now faces a capital murder charge in the death of a jogger in Plano.
Plano police say they executed an arrest warrant Monday for 29-year-old Bakari Abiona Moncrief. He is suspected of killing Sarmistha Sen on Aug. 1.
Sen was near Chisholm Trail Park when she was attacked and killed while on her morning run, police said.
Investigators called the crime scene "extensive" and found multiple pieces of evidence, according to the probable cause affidavit for the murder charge.
Police used DNA evidence to connect Moncrief to the burglary and homicide, the affidavit said. The lab confirmed that he had the victim's blood on his shirt, and Sen's DNA on his person, the documents said.
Police said in the affidavit they believe Moncrief attacked Sen on the trail, then moved her about 135 feet to the creek running under Legacy Drive, where he killed her.
The affidavit said the victim died due to "blunt force injuries," which investigators said matched the weapons found at the scene.
Moncrief is being held on a $10 million bond at the Collin County Detention Center, police said.
Moncrief was first arrested for a burglary that police say occurred a short distance from where Sen was killed on Aug. 1.
In a probable cause affidavit for the burglary arrest, Plano police said a Ring camera captured video of Moncrief using a large object to the smash the window of the home where the burglary took place.
Investigators found DNA evidence that matched Moncrief in the home as well, according to the affidavit.
Moncrief was found a short distance away, the affidavit said, at a gas station using an exterior outlet to charge his phone.
His appearance matched the Ring video and he made a similar statement -- "I ain't a coward" -- when they took him in custody to what had been captured on the Ring camera, the probable cause document said.