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Monday, May 18, 2009

Men sought for questioning

Posted By on Mon, May 18, 2009 at 8:44 PM

State Police announced this evening that they've identified men wanted for questioning in the slayings of two people found shot to death in an SUV parked along a freeway in NLR.

(I originally wrote police had identified suspects. The agency did not use that word.)

The Arkansas State Police is searching for three men wanted for questioning in connection with the murders of Tammy Lawrence, 48, of 5918 North Hills Boulevard, and Ahki Hughes, 24, of 1802 Arrowhead, North Little Rock.  The bodies of Lawrence and Hughes were discovered one week ago (Saturday, May 9th) inside a SUV along side Interstate 40 (westbound) between Burns Park and Crystal Hill Road.

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The individuals wanted for questioning are identified as:
 
•         Broderick Patrick, 30, of 722 Graham Avenue, North Little Rock.
•         Kevin Odonald, 25, of 5819 Sonara Drive, North Little Rock.
•         Terry Dean Birts, 30, of 530 Gardenia, North Little Rock.

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