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Saturday, May 25, 2013

No arrest in early morning death after altercation

Posted By on Sat, May 25, 2013 at 6:33 AM

The LRPD's Sgt. Cassandra Davis is up early on Saturday:

At 2:51 officers were called to 10800 Legion Hut Road to a disturbance. Officers learned that a physical altercation occurred between Mr. Haywood Miller III, 11/14/68 and the victim. During the altercation the victim fell to the ground. The victim was transported to UAMS where he later died. The suspect, Mr. Miller was arrested but later released without charges pending a file review by the prosecutors’ office and a determination as to the cause of death.

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