Arrest warrant issued for boyfriend in murder of Dawna Natzke | Arkansas Blog

Monday, November 25, 2013

Arrest warrant issued for boyfriend in murder of Dawna Natzke

Posted By on Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 4:58 PM

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KTHV reports that an arrest warrant  has been issued in the murder of Dawna Natzke. The Hot Springs Village police dispatcher went missing from a holiday party on Dec. 21, 2011, and was later found floating in a pond near Jessieville after her car turned up torched in the Ouachita National Forest. We published a cover story on the case in June.

Kevin Duck,
who was Natzke's boyfriend at the time of her murder and apparently the last person to see her alive, is being sought in connection with the case. Duck told investigators that following the party at a home in Hot Springs Village, he and Natzke went home, and he had gone to bed, leaving Natzke watching television. Duck said she was missing the next morning when he awoke.

Garland County prosecutor Steve Oliver said that Duck is not in custody, but is thought to be in Louisiana. Duck had previously worked on oil drilling platforms in the Gulf.

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