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Family of Hot Springs man killed in robbery offers $1,500 reward to find suspects

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — On Thursday, June 13 at approximately 1:30 p.m., two male suspects were involved in the murder of Kenneth Kelly Jr, who was shot in his home in Hot Springs at 200 Portland Street during a home invasion robbery. 

RELATED: Man found dead on Portland Street after shooting in Hot Springs

The investigation has determined that one of the suspects was shot during the incident. 

One suspect was described as being approximately 6 feet and 2 inches tall with a medium build. The suspect also had twisted dreadlocks about 5-6 inches long. 

The second suspect was described as being about 5 feet and 9 inches tall with a slender build. Both are believed to be in their early 20’s, maybe younger.

The family and friends of Kenneth Kelly, along with Carrigan Funeral Home, have put up a reward of $1,500 for information that directly leads to the arrests and convictions of those responsible for this murder. All information will be kept confidential. 

If you have any information about this case, you are encouraged to contact Det. Scott Lampinen at 501-321-6789 ext. 6741 or submit an online “Crime Solver Tip Form” here

Missing Canada teens now suspects in murder of tourists

(Reuters) – The two teenage boys who were first categorized as missing in northern Canada are now suspects in the murder of an Australian tourist and his American girlfriend, as well as an unidentified man whose body was found near the boys’ abandoned flaming car, police said on Tuesday.

Lucas Fowler, 23, an Australian citizen, and Chynna Deese, 24, from Charlotte, North Carolina, were found dead from gunfire on July 15 on a highway in northern British Columbia, 20 km (12 miles) from Liard Hot Springs.

Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, have been missing since July 19. Their car was found in flames about 500 km (310 miles) away from where Fowler and Deese were found dead, near Dease Lake, British Columbia.

The body of a man the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are still trying to identify was found 2 km (1.24 miles) from the boys’ car. It was not immediately clear to police whether the body was connected to the car and the missing boys, but the RCMP said they are now considering McLeod and Schmegelsky as suspects in the man’s murder.

McLeod and Schmegelsky were last seen in northern Saskatchewan, driving a grey 2011 Toyota RAV4, the RCMP said.

The RCMP are warning the public not to approach the teens if seen, and to instead call 911.

Police cited the vastness of the area in question, as well as the remoteness, as factors complicating the investigation.

It is unknown if McLeod and Schmegelsky are armed, or what their motives may be.

Reporting by Moira Warburton in Toronto; Editing by Lisa Shumaker

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Thieves Break Into Vehicle Outside Of Planet Fitness In Fort Smith, Use Stolen Cards Around Town

FORT SMITH, Ark. (KFSM) — Police are looking for suspects accused of breaking into a car and stealing several credit cards in Fort Smith.

Police say the male and female suspects in the photos are accused of breaking into a vehicle parked outside of a Planet Fitness. They were seen getting into a smaller white SUV type of vehicle, but police don’t know the make or model.

The suspects then were caught on camera using the stolen cards at different locations around Fort Smith.

Police say the suspects might also have ties to Van Buren.

If you have any information that could help identify the suspects, you’re asked to call Fort Smith Police at 479-709-5100 and ask for Detective Tobias. You can also contact Fort Smith Crime Stoppers at 78-CRIME and be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

Thieves reportedly waded through flood water after stealing over $14k from Cajun's Wharf

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Police in Little Rock are looking for the suspects responsible for burglarizing what used to be Cajun’s Wharf.

The owner of Cajun’s Wharf, Marybeth Ringgold, said it happened early Wednesday morning.

According to the police report released by Little Rock police, $14,546 were taken from the safe room. The thieves also took $5,000 worth of alcohol from the liquor room.

Ringgold said this loss could not come at a worse time, especially after the restaurant was forced to close its doors for good one day early due to the flooding.

“To know that we’re shutting down a business after 44 years, and come in to rob somebody, that in itself is really unsettling to me,” said Ringgold.

Ringgold said she noticed the restaurant’s front doors had been broken into on Wednesday morning and after looking around, it was clear her business had been burglarized.

“They were focused pretty much on as much money as they could get and as much in the way of spirits they could get,” Ringgold said. “Cleared out several shelves of high dollar bourbons, cognacs, gins and vodkas.”

She said the three thieves broke into the front door, loaded bags of liquor and cash and waded through floodwaters to get it all out.

“They brought duffle bags in, and as they were leaving they had big duffle bags for their backs and they were carrying duffle bags, and they actually used one of our kitchen carts to load that because it was so heavy,” Ringgold said. “Then they took it outside and down the handicap ramp and out into the floodwaters and out to the back of the building.”

“The fact that they waded through water moccasin infested water, up to knee high, in some places more, to rob a place…” Ringgold said. “These guys are something, I can’t wait to meet them.”

Ringgold only has one message for the three suspects.

“Spend enough of that kind of energy doing positive things rather than being hurtful to other people,” Ringgold said.

Ringgold said even though she might not get her belongings back, she remains hopeful the three suspects will be caught and that it’s just a matter of time.

If you have any information you are urged to call the Little Rock Police Department.

Suspect Accused Of Using Fake Debit Card To Purchase Over $1,000 Worth Of Alcohol In Fort Smith

FORT SMITH, Ark. (KFSM) — Police are searching for suspects they say are using fake debit cards to make purchases throughout the River Valley.

Fort Smith Police said the suspects used skimmed debit card information to reproduce counterfeit cards. They said the cards have been used at liquor stores, restaurants and other retail locations throughout the city.

Officers need help identifying the suspect they say used a victim’s information to make almost $300 worth of purchases. They also said another suspect used a Nevada man’s information to purchase $1,000 worth of alcohol on a fake debit card.

Police believe the two cases are related because a gray Dodge Durango was used by the suspects in both cases.

If you have any information regarding these suspects, you’re asked to call  Fort Smith Crime Stoppers at 78-CRIME or contact FSPD directly at 479-709-5100, ask for Detective Jones.

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All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.

All bookings shown here represent the ones that I have access to. It is possible for people to be booked/charged and not be in this report. This report reflects some arrests that were made in Garland County on 4/19/2019.

Francisco Torres Age: 49 Charges: Refusal To Submit To Chemical Test DWI Bond: 1,000.00

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Joshua Brady Turner Age: 39 Charges: Parole Hold Bond: No Bond

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Joshua Levi Standridge Age: 32 Charges: Sentenced Jail Time Bond: No Bond

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Dennis Reid Age: 59 Charges: Sentenced Jail Time Bond: No Bond

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Richard Everett Jenne Age: 27 Charges: Failure To Comply Bond: 2,500.00

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Nicholas Rashad Jackson Age: 29 Charges: Hold For Benton County Bond: No Bond

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Justin Snowhill Hickman Age: 37 Charges: Sentenced Jail Time Bond: No Bond

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James David Ashley Age: 36 Charges: Sentenced Jail Time Bond: No Bond

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Preston Scott Williams Age: 25 Charges: Public Intoxication

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Lyndsie Jordan Culliver Age: 28 Charges: Possession Of A Controlled Substance Bond: 1,000.00 Possession Of A Controlled Substance Bond: 2,500.00 Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia Bond: 1,000.00 Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia Bond: 2,500.00

When will I get my tax refund?

All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.

All bookings shown here represent the ones that I have access to.  It is possible for people to be booked/charged and not be in this report. This report reflects some arrests that were made in Saline County on 4/18/2019.

LANGLEY, KEVIN Charges: FRAUDULENT USE OF A CREDIT/DEBIT CARD (> $100 IN 6 MONTH PERIOD) – FELONY THEFT OF PROPERTY (>$500 <$2500) – FELONY THEFT BY RECEIVING (> $500 < $2,500) – FELONY Bond: $0.00

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HOGUE, JOHN Charges: FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISDEMEANOR FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISDEMEANOR FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISDEMEANOR Bond: $0.00

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ALLEN, DYLAN Charges: ABSCONDING – FELONY Bond: $0.00

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ENGLAND, JEREMY Charges: POSSESSION OF DRUG POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – MISDEMEANOR Driving Left of Center Bond: $0.00

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WEST, JOSHUA Charges: CRIMINAL TRESPASS Bond: $500.00

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EVANS, JESSIE Charges: PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY Bond: $0.00

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GAUTREAUX, DAKOTA Charges: HOLD FOR MARSHALLS Bond: $0.00

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CHASTAIN, KEVIN Charges: TERRORISTIC THREATENING IN THE FIRST DEGREE – Class D – FELONY 3RD DEG ASSAULT FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER Bond: $0.00

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BANKSTON, PHILLIP Charges: NONSUPPORT – MISDEMEANOR Bond: $0.00

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PHILLIPS, ROBERT Charges: NONSUPPORT (PRIOR CONVICTION) – FELONY Bond: $0.00

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GRIFFIN, MCKINLEY Charges: Commitment Bond: $0.00

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BROWN, RANDALL Charges: FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISDEMEANOR FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISDEMEANOR FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISDEMEANOR Bond: $3,000.00

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RAVION, KEVIN Charges: FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISDEMEANOR Bond: $0.00

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CARDEN, CHRISTOPHER Charges: DWI Bond: $0.00

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HOWARD, JENIFER Charges: THEFT OF PROPERTY ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,000) OR LESS – MISD CRIMINAL TRESPASS OBSTRUCTING GOVERMENTAL OPERATIONS POSSESS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE SCH VI Bond: $0.00

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MODDRELL, ROCKNE Charges: RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY – FELONY Bond: $25,000.00

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PARTRIDGE, NICHOLAS Charges: OBSTRUCTING GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS – MISDEMEANOR Bond: $0.00

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INGRAM, AVERY Charges: POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DELIVER POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA Bond: $10,000.00