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Friday, December 7, 2012

State Police: father, two stepdaughters dead in Arkadelphia

Posted By on Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 1:25 PM

Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler just sent out an e-mail alert about the investigation of three deaths inside a house at 1032 S. 11th Street in Arkadelphia. ASP special agents are assisting local authorities in the investigation.

UPDATE: The dead have been identified as Bobby Jean Galbraith, 40; Adiele Crutchfield, 6, and her sister Marley Crutchfield, 4. The girls were Galbraith's stepdaughters. Galbraith's six-month-old biological daughter was found in the home unharmed. The bodies of the three victims have been sent for autopsy.

The Arkansas State Police is treating the deaths as homicides, with a press release saying ASP director Col. Stan Witt has ordered agents "to work non-stop to find the killer or killers."

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