Fatal shooting at Scott party | Arkansas Blog

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Fatal shooting at Scott party

Posted By on Sun, May 20, 2012 at 11:11 AM

The Pulaski sheriff's office reports that John Jacob Mosley, 37, of Cabot was fatally shot in the chest shortly before 10 p.m. Saturday during what was described as an "annual party" at a home on Bayou Drive in Scott. He was pronounced dead after a relative drove him to a North Little Rock hospital emergency room. Two other men apparently suffered minor injuries when a reported three shots were fired.

Terry Detherow, 45, of England, was charged with murder, a sheriff's spokesman said. He was arrested early Sunday at a Little Rock motel, where an arrest report said he battered his girlfriend. The report said both were intoxicated.

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