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Monday, August 27, 2012

Homicide overnight

Posted By on Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 10:01 AM

Another homicide last night, 26-year-old Courtland Duggar of Little Rock, who was apparently shot at a Valero gas station at 7200 W. 12th Street. The police report (seen here) said that an officer spotted a Chrysler that appeared to be weaving on 12th street. When he turned around and pulled the driver over, the officer found the windshield and passenger side of the car riddled with bullet holes, with Duggar lying shot on the front seat. The driver, Sheance Christian, told police someone had shot at them while they were at the Valero. Duggar was transported to Baptist Hospital, where he died.

A note attached to the report by LRPD spokesperson Cassandra Davis said that Phillip Conway, Sr. has been arrested and charged with first degree murder in the death of Courtland Dugger. The shooting, Davis went on to say, "stemmed from a long standing feud between the individuals."

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