UPDATE: Andre Jackson arrested for fatal shooting of Italian tourist | Arkansas Blog

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UPDATE: Andre Jackson arrested for fatal shooting of Italian tourist

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click to enlarge Andre Jackson, 32, charged with capital murder in shooting of Carlo Marigliano - LITTLE ROCK POLICE DEPARTMENT
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  • Andre Jackson, 32, charged with capital murder in shooting of Carlo Marigliano
The Little Rock Police Department announced an arrest in the fatal shooting of Carlo Marigliano, 31, a visitor from Naples, Italy, who was said to be traveling around the U.S. as a tourist and considering a permanent move to the states.

Andre Jackson, 32, has been arrested and charged with capital murder, according to a press release from the LRPD.

Marigliano was shot and fatally wounded while driving in west Little Rock. He crashed into a building on North Shackleford Road.

UPDATE (7:38 p.m.): KARK's Mitchell McCoy tweeted out the arrest report for Jackson which states that "suspect shot victim during the course of a robbery." And, Marci Manley released documents indicating a long list of former charges including drug charges, domestic battering, burglary, and possession of a firearm.

LRPD also released a notice that they are looking for another suspect: Charina Fort, 31.

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