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No adults were at the home when the killings occurred.
Russel Marlin, a Memphis-based attorney working on behalf of Carter’s family, called the video “odd.” Carter’s father said
"She's not a bad kid," Teske told CBS News. "It was a mistake, and yes it was horrendous mistake, but at that juncture, how
Chavis Carter was a passenger in a pickup truck that was stopped by police in Jonesboro, Ark., Saturday night, according
A few days after a recent town hall meeting where Scott lectured some in the crowd for "highjacking" the healthcare debate, a large swastika was painted outside his Smyrna district office.
The fact that Arkansas also requires applicants to provide fingerprints was a crucial tool that helped the police conduct