Sheriff identifies two found dead in trailer | Arkansas Blog

Monday, May 7, 2012

Sheriff identifies two found dead in trailer

Posted By on Mon, May 7, 2012 at 10:03 AM

The sheriff's office has identified two people found dead in a trailer about 6 p.m. Sunday at 7208 Reed Road, North Little Rock, as Herman Anthony Hill, 27, and Alexis Crawford, 24, both residents of the address near the Oak Grove community.

Their bodies were found after an acquaintance went to visit and found the front door kicked in. He saw Hill's body on the floor of the trailer with a pool of blood by his head. The woman's body was found by a deputy on a bedroom floor, also with blood from a head injury. An 18-month-old child was found unharmed and turned over to state authorities.

No further information is available about cause of the deaths or potential suspects.

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