A Texas man accused of leaving a 10-month-old girl in a backpack in his car while he worked is facing a capital murder charge in the baby’s death. The man, Trevor Marquis Rowe, 27, was arrested early Wednesday in the death of 10-month-old Marion Jester-Montoya, who was left in the front of a car and was later moved to the trunk Tuesday, Lubbock police said in a statement. The girl was inside the car for more than five hours, police said in an affidavit. Rowe, who lives with the baby’s mother but is not her father, checked on the infant throughout the day, according to police. When he found that the baby was not breathing, he called 911, drove to an intersection and began CPR, according to police. Rowe is being held on $2 million bond, according to police and online jail records. Records do not appear to list an attorney who could speak on his behalf. Rowe told police that he “crammed” the girl into a backpack and went to work and that at one point, the baby had gotten out of the bag but he put her back inside, according to the document. Rowe said that during his lunch break, the baby was crying lightly and that after the break, he put her in the trunk thr...