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Report: Possible double homicide in Little Rock

Posted By on Mon, May 6, 2013 at 12:31 PM

AT SHOOTING SCENE: Officers at work.
  • Fox 16
  • AT SHOOTING SCENE: Officers at work.
Fox 16 says the Little Rock police are responding to a possible double homicide at 32nd and Bishop Streets.

UPDATE: Two bodies found in house on W. 33rd. Fox 16 said the dead were a man and woman, a couple though unmarried.

UPDATE II: The police have identified the dead as Bobby Broadway Jr., 40, and Natasha Avery, 32, both of 1513 W. 33rd.

The bodies were found by a friend who'd visited the couple the night before, the police report said of the shooting. Animal control officers took custody of three pit bulls and six puppies found in the house. Nothing reported yet on motive.

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