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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Police identify two women found fatally shot on Chicot Road

Posted By on Tue, May 16, 2017 at 2:43 PM

Little Rock police have identified two women found dead of gunshot wounds in an SUV parked next to a vacant trailer in a mobile home park at 11500 Chicot Road.

One was identified as Amanda Murillo, 32, of Little Rock. Police didn't provide the name of the 15-year-old victim because she was a juvenile.

The release provided no details about the cause of the crime or direction of the investigation.

The bodies were found about 8 a.m. Monday morning on Lot 50 of the mobile home park.

It's unknown at this time if there's any connection, but police said they also responded late Saturday night to an apparent suicide on Lot 9 of the same mobile home park. They found a man slumped in a chair on the porch with a bullet wound in his chest. He was identified as Armando Castillo, 35, of Little Rock. A gun was found beneath his legs. He was not a resident of the mobile home where he was found.



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