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One dead, another hospitalized after midtown shooting

Posted By on Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 6:56 PM

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The Little Rock Police Department has tweeted that officers are on the scene of a double shooting at the Midtown Park Apartments, 6115 W. Markham St., near the corner of University Avenue and Markham. Police say one person has died, and a second victim is at a hospital. The apartments were previously known as the Plaza Towers, an affordable housing development.

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