Homicide reported in Western Hills UPDATE | Arkansas Blog

Friday, February 8, 2019

Homicide reported in Western Hills UPDATE

Posted By on Fri, Feb 8, 2019 at 10:34 AM

Little Rock police say a man died in a homicide during an apparent robbery of his residence early this morning at 7313 Fairways Drive in Western Hills in the southwestern part of the city. UPDATE: From LRPD:

On February 8, 2019, at approximately 12:37 A.M., Little Rock Police Department responded to 7317 Fairways Drive for a shooting just occurred. Information obtained from the 911 call, reporting someone came into the residence wearing all black, wearing a mask, and armed with a gun. During the course of the home intrusion, the suspects demanded money.

Upon officers arrival, Raymond Grayson (B/M DOB 06/18/1984) [of the address] was located inside of the residence deceased from apparent gunshot wounds. Officers also located several other subjects who were inside the residence when the shooting occurred.

Homicide Detectives and CSSU personnel responded to the scene. Detectives conducted a neighborhood canvass to locate any possible witnesses. Evidence at the scene indicates their was forced entry to the residence. Detectives are still working to determine if any items were stolen during the incident. The only description of the suspects are three males.



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