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Car dealership owner, wife found shot to death in Russellville home

Posted By on Tue, Apr 17, 2018 at 4:42 PM

Keith Cogswell
  • Keith Cogswell
Keith Cogswell, 55, and his wife, Leanna Cogswell, 39, were found shot to death at their Shiloh Road home in Russellville today by their maid, KTHV-TV, Ch. 11, reports. The Pope County Sheriff's Office, the Russellville Police Department and the Arkansas State Police are investigating.

Keith Cogswell was the owner of Cogswell Motors, a family business begun in 1949. The company issued the following statement:

"Cogswell Motors is deeply saddened to learn of the deaths of Keith and Leanna Cogswell. We will honor their memories by dedicating ourselves to continuing the work that Keith loved so much. Cogswell Motors desires to respect the Cogswell family's privacy, and therefore we do not have any further comment at this difficult time."


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