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Arkadelphia triple homicide suspect appears in court

Posted By on Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 4:36 PM

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Riakos Lizana, a 19-year-old accused in the murders of a man and his two stepdaughters on December 6, appeared in court today, with Clark County Circuit Judge Robert McCallum setting Lizana's arraignment for Jan. 8 and ordering him held without bond.

Police say they tied Lizana to the crime through a bloody palm print found on a bedroom door at the crime scene. Bobby "Chino" Galbraith, 40, and his two stepdaughters. 6-year-old Adiele Crutchfield and her sister Marley Crutchfield, 4, were found dead in their home by the children's mother. An infant daughter belonging to Galbraith was found unharmed in the house. Galbraith was a local tattoo artist. Police have still not suggested a motive as to why Lizana might have wanted to harm Galbraith and the children.

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