Long-dead body on list of complaints about LR apartment building | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Long-dead body on list of complaints about LR apartment building

Posted By on Thu, May 23, 2013 at 8:17 AM

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A gruesome report from Channel 4 about resident complaints concerning the Plaza Towers apartment building on West Markham Street (next door to the Chick-fil-A across from Park Plaza.)

Complaints include the belated discovery of the death of an elderly resident, an estimated two weeks after his death and long after decomposition made it clear to residents something was amiss.

Little Rock police confirm an elderly man died from natural causes in his room on the 5th floor, but it took two weeks to notice and by then, residents say the smell greeted them getting off the elevator.

Other resident complaints include street people sleeping in stairwells, unrepaired fire damage and multiple police calls.

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