Triple homicides in Little Rock and Hot Springs; arrest in one | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Triple homicides in Little Rock and Hot Springs; arrest in one

Posted By on Wed, Dec 6, 2017 at 8:25 AM

click to enlarge LITTLE ROCK HOMICIDE VICTIMS - KARK/FOX 16
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  • LITTLE ROCK HOMICIDE VICTIMS
A triple homicide in Hot Springs yesterday afternoon followed the discovery of what police believe is a triple homicide in Southwest Little Rock earlier in the day.

KARK/Fox 16 reports an arrest has been made in the Hot Springs' deaths in the 200 block of Nevada Street.

Police are still puzzling out details in the deaths of a woman and two children in an apartment on Lancaster in Southwest Little Rock. Their bodies were found by a relative after the children didn't report for school. The woman's car is missing. KARK identified the dead as s: Mariah Cunningham, 24; Alayliah Fischer, 5 and Elijah Fischer, 4.

KATV reports a potential development this morning — the arrest early today, on an unrelated charge, of a man with the same name as that of the dead children's father.

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