LR police report apparent murder-suicide | Arkansas Blog

Sunday, November 6, 2016

LR police report apparent murder-suicide

Posted By on Sun, Nov 6, 2016 at 4:27 PM

The LRPD says a SWAT call about 12:30 p.m. today on West 24th Street that began with a text call for help apparently became a murder-suicide in a domestic dispute. Bodies of a man and woman were found when officers entered the house several hours later.

Police responding to a woman's report that she was being held hostage heard gunshots when they arrived. A camera was eventually inserted in the house that transmitted a photo of bodies.

UPDATE: Police identified the couple as Tyron Humphrey, 41, and Tracie White, 46, both residents of 4311 W. 24th. The police report said they believe Humphrey forced White into the attic, shot her and then shot himself. The bodies were found there.

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