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Man killed after being thrown through window in Chicken King skirmish - Arkansas Times

An employee at the Chicken King restaurant on MacArthur Drive in North Little Rock was killed yesterday after being thrown through a plate glass window, North Little Rock Police said. The employee was involved in an altercation with another employee at Chicken King, according to police.

In a press release issued today, police said that officers responded yesterday around 1:00 p.m. to a report of an injured person at the restaurant. They located an adult male “suffering from serious physical injuries.” He was transported to a hospital. Police learned today that he succumbed to his injuries and died.

The investigation is ongoing, with detectives continuing to discuss interviews. No arrests have been made and the police have not released the name of the deceased male.

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