Police: man killed father, mother, himself in Garland County | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Police: man killed father, mother, himself in Garland County

Posted By on Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 8:23 PM

Tragic case out of Garland County, where police say a young man killed his parents, then turned the gun on himself, with their bodies apparently lying undiscovered since the weekend. 

Police found the bodies of David Ritter, 49, Judy Denise Ritter, 50, and their son Jonathan Ritter, 23, dead inside the house they shared on Blacksnake Road on Tuesday night after relatives called to say they hadn't heard from the three since Saturday.  Jonathan Ritter's grandfather tells KARK that police have told him evidence points to Jonathan Ritter having killed his parents, then committing suicide.

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