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Two homicides open 2016 in Pulaski County

Posted By on Sat, Jan 2, 2016 at 7:13 AM

Two homicides were reported on Friday, the first day of 2016, in Pulaski County.

Sheriff's deputies found the body of Albert Berry, 63, dead in his bed in a camper trailer on Lucky Drive near Highway 161 in the Rixey community near North Little Rock about 4 p.m. Friday. A relative told KARK he appeared to have suffered "serious blunt force trauma to the head." The sheriff's office said the death was a homicide.

Little Rock reported its first homicide about 8 p.m. Friday. A man not yet identified was found with multiple gunshot wounds in the chest in the driver's seat of a car at 22nd and Bragg Streets about 8 p.m. He died later at a hospital. UPDATE: He's been identified as s Terry Jones, 32. No further details on circumstances.


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