UPDATE: Dallas Police said this afternoon that arrest warrants have been issued for both Jimmy Joe “Alicia” Clarke and Denise Rochelle “Wee Wee” Ross in connection with the February death of Wakesha Reid.
Local TV stations reported earlier today (Wednesday, June 10), that Clarke had been arrested and charged with murder and had been released on $45,000 bond. But an update this afternoon on DPD’s blog indicates that Ross has also been charged with murder.The update indicated that Clarke is in custody and Ross “remains at large.”
Photocopies of the arrest warrant for Ross can be seen at the DPD blog.
Jimmy Joe Clarke, a 31-year-old Dallas man also known as Alicia, has been arrested and charged with murder after injecting silicone into the buttocks of a woman later found dead at Clarke’s makeshift salon on East Side Avenue, according to reports by NBCDFW.com, Channel 5.
Clarke was arrested earlier today (Wednesday, June 10), and was released after posting a $45,000 bond. He and Denise Rochelle “Wee Wee” Ross, 43, were previously charged with practicing medicine without a license in connection with their “cosmetic” practice.
Clarke’s arrest came after the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office on Tuesday, June 9, released autopsy results showing that Wakesha Reid died of pulmonary embolization associated with cosmetic silicone injections.
Police reports indicate that Clarke gave Reid the silicone injections to increase the size of her buttocks at the East Side Avenue salon. When she began to scream in pain, Clarke and Ross told her to be quiet. Before Reid left the salon, the two closed the injection holes in Reid’s buttocks with Super Glue and cotton balls, then gave her two tubes of Super Glue to take with her in case liquid leaked out of the injection sites.