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The crime and punishment open line

Posted By on Sun, Jun 25, 2017 at 4:52 PM

Here's the Sunday open line with some crime and punishment news:

* CRIME: Little Rock police said two people were shot about 7:40 p.m. on Montclair Drive in Central Little Rock. One victim told police the shooting was the work of the "Monroe Gang," and a juvenile suspect was identified as the man shooting an AR-15. The wounded were identified as Amanda Odom, 19, who was in a car that had several bullet holes, and  Chris Wallace, 21, at a house near the car. Odom and Wallace both suffered gunshot wounds to the stomach. Montclair runs north of 20th about midway between Fair Park Blvd. and Cedar Street.


THEN AND NOW Steven Dishman - KARK/FOX 16
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* PUNISHMENT: State Police announced the arrest Sunday in Springdale of Steven Dishman, who escaped from custody on a seven-year burglary and theft sentence in Washington County in 1985 and has been at large ever since.  A sidelight of this case was the false arrest of a man believed erroneously to be Dishman in San Diego in 2014. That arrest spurred a false arrest lawsuit. No details as yet of what led to Dishman's discovery.



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