Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Traffic death, bank robbery reported this morning UPDATE

Posted By on Tue, Sep 11, 2012 at 10:43 AM

The State Police have confirmed a fatality in a morning wreck on Interstate 630 in the eastbound lanes near Pine Street.

UPDATE: Here's the fatality report, which says a wheel came off a westbound 1998 Ford van driven by Katherine Williams, 56, of Scott. It hit the windshield of an eastbound Hyundai driven by Peter Gee, 52, a UAMS employee. His car stopped near the Pine Street exit and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

GETAWAY CAR: Photo taken by nearby video camera.
  • SUSPECTED GETAWAY CAR: Photo taken by nearby video camera of car police believe robbers used.

More recently, Little Rock police say they are investigating a bank robbery at the Centennial Bank at 8th and Broadway, according to an alert from Channel 4. UPDATE: The police report says three men robbed three tellers, jumping over the counter to clean out cash drawers themselves, then fled in a car driven by a fourth man.

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