Suspect in home intrusion fatally injured shortly after in wreck | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Suspect in home intrusion fatally injured shortly after in wreck

Posted By on Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 9:02 AM

The Pulaski sheriff's office is piecing together information about a fatal wreck near Hensley in which a passenger who was killed was identified as a suspect in a home robbery minutes before in Hensley.

Deputies went to a home on 3300 W. Hensley Road about 10:10 p.m. last night to take a report from Havus Spann, who said a woman had come to the door and said her car had broken down. When he opened the door, two men forced their way inside. He said he struggled with the men, one of whom sprayed him with what he believed to be pepper spray.

The men took his cell phone and wallet, which contained $400, then left.

While at the scene, the deputy got a call about a wreck on West Hensley Road involving a pickup similar to the one Spann had seen driving away. Spann's wallet was found in the pickup. He also identified a photo of a woman in the car as the woman who'd come to his door. 

At 4700 West Hensley Road, officers found a white female, Chloe Jolus, in the passenger seat. She was unconscious. A man identified as Reddie Robert Stanley was hanging out of the driver side window, his legs pinned. Rescue workers freed him and used hydraulic equipment to open the passenger door to remove Jolus, Both Stanley and Jolus were taken to UAMS, where Jolus was pronounced dead. Stanley remains hospitalized.

Another man was seen fleeing the scene by a witness. He has not been located. the pickup was registered to an owner in Montana.

UPDATE: from the sheriff:

"The second white male suspect has been located and is currently at an area hospital. Our Investigators are in the process of obtaining warrants. The suspect’s name is not being released at this time. "

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