LRPD: three wounded in Baseline car wash shootout | Arkansas Blog

Friday, April 25, 2014

LRPD: three wounded in Baseline car wash shootout

Posted By on Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 10:32 PM

The Little Rock Police Department says that a shootout at the Splash carwash on Baseline Rd. has left three wounded, with one victim in critical condition. 
 
Police say that around 4 p.m. Friday, a suspect went to the car wash at 8020 Baseline Rd, where he encountered two people who he'd previously had an unspecified "disturbance" with. Police said the man pulled a handgun and began firing at the two, who pulled out handguns of their own and returned fire. All three were wounded in the ensuing shootout, and left the car wash in separate vehicles. Police said the man who started the shootout was later found wounded at Baseline and Distribution Rd. Another man involved in the altercation was later found at 9500 Heights Rd., suffering from a gunshot wound to his leg, while a third, wounded in the head, crashed his car on Milky Way St.

All three are reportedly being treated at local hospitals, with at least one in critical condition. We'll update as we get more information 

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