Police identify murder-suicide victims | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Police identify murder-suicide victims

Posted By on Tue, Nov 28, 2017 at 10:20 AM

Little Rock police have identified Stefany Teague, 23, and Christian Ramos, 27, as the victims in what's being called a murder-suicide about 3 a.m. Monday at a mobile home park at 12109 Stagecoach Road.

A SWAT unit was called out in response to a report of gunshots in the mobile home. When they entered they found the two dead. Police believe Ramos shot Teague and then himself.

Five juveniles and three adults were also in the home, but none was hurt. They were removed from the home as police encircled it. They were asleep when shooting broke out and couldn't say what prompted the shooting by Ramos of a woman identified as his girlfriend.

Tags: ,


Favorite

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

More by Max Brantley

  • Headlines and an open line

    Here's the daily roundup of news and views, plus an open line. (Sorry about yesterday, Blog regulars.)
    • Aug 21, 2018
  • Another indictment in Preferred Family Healthcare scandal

    A former billing director for Preferred Family Healthcare has been charged with Medicaid fraud in Independence County.
    • Aug 21, 2018
  • Casino group adds signatures

    The group seeking to expand casino gambling in Arkansas reports it has gathered many more signatures on the proposal — if certified enough to qualify for the ballot.
    • Aug 21, 2018
  • More »

Readers also liked…

  • Women's March planned in Arkansas to mark Trump inauguration

    Speaking of Donald Trump and in answer to a reader's question: There will be a women's march in Arkansas on Jan. 21, the day after inauguration, as well as the national march planned in Washington.
    • Dec 30, 2016
  • Trump immigration protest at LR: Quick and fierce

    It was not even 24 hours ago that Sophia Said, director of the Interfaith Center; City Director Kathy Webb and others decided to organize a protest today of Donald Trump's executive order that has left people from Muslim countries languishing in airports or unable to come to the US at all — people with visas, green cards,a  post-doc graduate student en route to Harvard, Google employees abroad, families. I got the message today before noon; others didn't find out until it was going on. But however folks found out, they turned out in huge numbers, more than thousand men, women and children, on the grounds of the state Capitol to listen to speakers from all faiths and many countries.
    • Jan 29, 2017
  • Tom Cotton's influence on Trump's new security chief

    U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton is getting credit for pushing President Donald Trump to select Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his national security adviser, Politico reports.
    • Feb 21, 2017

Most Viewed

  • Leslie Rutledge mounts the Trump defense

    Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is adopting the Donald Trump strategy on news of her lackluster history as a DHS lawyer: unleash a Tweetstorm and call it "fake news" This is another way to say "facts unflattering to the candidate." She protests too much.
  • UPDATE: Circuit judge rules that DHS must release Leslie Rutledge's personnel records

    Word just in that Circuit Judge Tim Fox has ordered from the bench that the state's Department of Human Services must release the personnel files on Leslie Rutledge that have previously been hidden from public view.
  • Dogpatch deal appears to be unraveling

    The Harrison Daily Times reports that an eviction suit has been filed against a company that had leased property above the old Dogpatch USA theme park. It alleges Heritage USA Ozarks Resort and the company owner David Hare haven't paid the rent.
  • Another indictment in Preferred Family Healthcare scandal

    A former billing director for Preferred Family Healthcare has been charged with Medicaid fraud in Independence County.
  • UA professor wins $3.4 million grant

    A University of Arkansas professor and his team will develop a device to link solar power arrays to the national power grid thanks to a $3.4 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy.

Most Recent Comments

Slideshows

 

© 2018 Arkansas Times | 201 East Markham, Suite 200, Little Rock, AR 72201
Powered by Foundation