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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Parris Towers sniper identified?

Posted By on Sat, Aug 21, 2010 at 6:54 AM

Kathy Wells, secretary of the Downtown Neighborhood Association, sent a note to members last night that indicates police may have cracked the case of the Parris Towers pellet gun sniper who's been using the Little Rock Housing Authority high-rise at 18th and Broadway to target a neighbor, his car and dog with persistent gunfire. She writes:

LR Police identified a suspect as the pellet-gun sniper at Parris Towers, sources told DNA on Friday, and searched for him. The suspect had been evicted from Parris Towers. Building staff aided police in locating the pellet-gun used in the crimes. The suspect accidentally fell and injured himself, and is undergoing medical care, so is no threat to anyone currently. Police will act upon his release from medical care.

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