Kavanaugh in Hillcrest briefly closed over suspicious package | Arkansas Blog

Monday, August 8, 2016

Kavanaugh in Hillcrest briefly closed over suspicious package

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click to enlarge ALL CLEAR: Investigators stand near the car after an item noticed underneath it was determined to not be a threat. - BRIAN CHILSON
  • Brian Chilson
  • ALL CLEAR: Investigators stand near the car after an item noticed underneath it was determined to not be a threat.

The Little Rock Police Department briefly closed Kavanaugh Boulevard near the Hillcrest Kroger this afternoon after a report of a suspicious item under a car driven by a police officer.

A post to the Little Rock Police Department Twitter account just after noon said that a suspicious package had been noticed under an unmarked police car in the 2800 block of Kavanaugh. The street was eventually closed between Palm and Beechwood as a precaution while the package was investigated, with LRPD giving the all-clear just after 1 p.m. 

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