Block 2 shooting now a homicide | Arkansas Blog

Friday, March 21, 2008

Block 2 shooting now a homicide

Posted By on Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 10:28 AM

One of the two men shot early Tuesday morning at an apartment in the Block 2 lofts died yesterday, making him the 10th homicide victim in Little Rock this year. Steve Gennuso, 50, had been shot in the head and was found in the doorway of the apartment. Another man, Paul Nicholas, 26, was shot in the arm and was found inside the apartment. No suspects at this point "that we're talking about," police spokesman Lt. Terry Hastings said, and no firm idea of why the two were shot.

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