Father arrested for death of Malik Drummond, Searcy two-year-old missing since 2014 | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Father arrested for death of Malik Drummond, Searcy two-year-old missing since 2014

Posted By on Wed, Dec 2, 2015 at 9:14 AM

click to enlarge Jeffery Clifton
  • Jeffery Clifton
click to enlarge MALIK DRUMMOND
Searcy police have arrested Jeffery Leroy Clifton, 43, on suspicion of capital murder in the death of his son, Malik Drummond, a two-year-old missing since he reportedly wandered from his father's Searcy home Nov. 23, 2014. He's also been charged with abuse of a corpse, police said.

The FBI recently posted a $20,000 award for information in the case.

Few other details available at this moment.

UPDATE: Searcy police announced late this afternoon that they believed the remainas of the child had been found in rural Jackson County.

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