One dead another wounded in early morning Little Rock shooting | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

One dead another wounded in early morning Little Rock shooting

Posted By on Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 10:29 AM

Little Rock police found a woman fatally shot and a man seriously wounded about midnight last night at 26th and Izard.

Officers found a vehicle there with several bullet holes and a shot-out windshield.

Tartinisha Rainey, 34, of North Little Rock, died from multiple gunshot wounds. James Jackson, 41, of North Little Rock, also was wounded and was in serious but stable condition.

A third person in the car was not hit.  He said people in a gray vehicle began firing on the car after it came to a stop at 26th and Izard.

There are no suspects.

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