Neighbors shocked by deaths of 4 in Jonestown-area home Police say man accused in Marble Falls slaying might be a suspect in case. Click-2-ListenBy Joshunda Sanders AMERICAN-STATESMAN-STAFF Monday, August 27, 2007 JONESTOWN Brenda Sies, 50, stood outside her neighbor's house in this bucolic area with breathtaking views of Lake Travis, holding a mug of coffee and shaking her head. "It's an unnerving thing to be asleep and 300 feet away from you, someone's been killed," she said. Like her other neighbors, Sies said she was shocked by the news that police were looking for a man suspected of killing a 46-year old woman and three others in her home in the 8900 block of Hobby Lane. Travis County sheriff's department spokesman Roger Wade said that investigators suspect the same man who shot a bartender in Marble Falls on Friday night might have a connection with the Jonestown homicides Investigators responded to the home on Hobby Lane after Jonestown police received a call from a family member requesting that officers check on loved ones who might be at the house. Wade said officials did not know precisely how the victims died, or when. Sies said she was in her home with her grandson Sunday afternoon when a police man parked in her driveway and asked her to stay in the house while SWAT teams looked for Paul Devoe III, 43, the man now suspected of five homicides this weekend. Travis County sheriff's officials are looking for Paul Devoe III whose most recent address has been listed as Suffolk County in New York, according to public records. Wade also said that a white 2001 Saturn station wagon is missing from the house with the license plate Y43-ZWV. That car was registered to Paula Griffith. Officials have not released the name of the victims. But neighbors in the area said that Griffith and her teenage daughter lived in the home that investigators had roped off with crime scene tape. "Poor, poor Paula," said Dave McCollough, 56, a truck driver who has lived here since 1985. McCollough said that he and his wife sometimes cared for Griffith's dogs when she was out of town, but that he didn't know her well. He said she took care of her teenage daughter and worked at a landscaping company in the area. On Friday night, Marble Falls police responded to a shooting call at 8 p.m. at O'Neills Sports Tavern on Main Street found Michael Jay Allred, 41, dead with a bullet wound to his chest. DeVoe was named a suspect in that killing.