Father, son found dead in Yell County | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Father, son found dead in Yell County

Posted By on Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 6:02 PM

Fox 16 is reporting that the Greenwood man and his 10-month-old son missing since last seen in a national forest in Yell County have been found dead about a half-mile from where his truck was found. They've been missing since Friday. His wife is in custody, but details of what authorities believe happened remain sketchy.

The body of the child, Harper Floyd, was found first. The body of Brian Floyd, 33, was found about an hour later, KFSM reports.

Floyd's wife, Brooke, 21, has been in custody on suspicion of endangering her child, but today authorities said she was not in jail and helping with the investigation. Floyd had been behaving erratically when last seen at his home.

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