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Sunday, April 9, 2017

Violent Sunday open line

Posted By on Sun, Apr 9, 2017 at 4:20 PM

SHOOTING SCENE: Near 27th and Washington.
  • SHOOTING SCENE: Near 27th and Washington.

Beautiful day, but it was marred by news of more violence. Here's you open line.

* NLR FATAL SHOOTING:  Rodney Austin, 44, died Sunday morning of gunshots wound suffered Saturday night at a gas station at 5506 McArthur. Police say the report of a shooting came from 5822 McArthur, where they found a one-year-old child. A suspect is being sought, apparently a man who'd had an argument with a woman at the residence.

* TWO SHOT IN LITTLE ROCK:  According to KARK's account, two teens were shot — but didn't suffer life-threatening wounds — Sunday morning near 27th and Washington. Two guns and a stolen car were taken by police in the investigation.

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