Monday, April 15, 2013

One dead, two wounded in Little Rock shootings

Posted By on Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 10:21 AM

LRPD reports this morning:

* FATAL SHOOTING: Darrell Eugene Henson was found shot to death in the 15000 block of West Baseline Road about 4 a.m. today. No motive or suspect info at the moment.

* TWO WOUNDED IN PARK: Police say two men were wounded by gunshots in Gillam Park in Granite Mountain Sunday afternoon. Deandre Smith, 23, was shot in the right leg, but wouldn't answer questions about the fracas. Kenneth Freeman, 32, treated for a "graze wound" to the head, also refused to answer questions. The shootings occurred during a festival in the park attended by about 1,200 people.

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