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Two firefighters arrested in Conway robbery

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click to enlarge ARRESTED: Morris (left) and Forrester. - KARK
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Our news partner KARK reports that two firefighters — one from Stuttgart and one from Maumelle — have been arrested for a robbery in Conway.

Quoting an arrest report, KARK said Nathaniel Morris, 20, a Stuttgart firefighter, and Thomas Forrester 23, of Maumelle, have been charged with robbery for assaulting a man outside Academy Sports in Maumelle as he left work about 10 p.m. March 7.  Wyite Simpson, 20, said three men pistol whipped him and stole his motorcycle.  A third suspect has not been arrested.

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