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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Two dead identified

Posted By on Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 11:11 AM

The bodies found in burned pickup near Sweet Home have been identified as 28-year-old Michael Palmer and his two-year-old daughter Hannah Dowdie. Few other details were released by the Pulaski sheriff's office.

UPDATE: KATV has nailed down an interview with people we pursued without success earlier in the day -- Malvern-area foster parents of the child who apparently had hoped to care for the child long-term. There's more to the story about the father's regaining custody and DHS' refusal to discuss the case.

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