Ark. woman accused of hindering investigation into illegal weapons cache released until trial

Ark. woman released until trial in weapons case

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The wife of a doctor accused of illegally owning high-explosive grenades was released from jail Monday pending her trial for allegedly hindering the investigation.

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Arkansas doctor accused of illegally owning high-explosive grenades, wife face more charges

Ark. doctor, wife face new charges in weapons case

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — An Arkansas doctor accused of illegally owning high-explosive grenades and his wife face new federal charges accusing them of interfering with the investigation into their extensive weapons cache.

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Arkansas jury awards West Memphis man’s company $25M in fraud suit over Texas hotel

Ark. man gets $25M award in suit over Texas hotel

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — InterContinental Hotels Group, owners of Holiday Inn Worldwide, has been ordered by a court to pay $25 million in damages to an Arkansas franchisee for fraud involving a hotel in Texas.

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Arkansas prosecutor says man charged in TV anchorwoman’s beating death has confessed

Prosecutor: Man admits killing Ark TV anchorwoman

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The man accused of killing an Arkansas television anchorwoman confessed three separate times to detectives that he committed the slaying, a deputy prosecutor said Tuesday.

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Ark. psychiatrist: Suspect in TV anchor slaying declines mental examination, appears rational

Suspect in TV anchor slaying declines mental exam

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A man charged with capital murder in the rape and beating death of a television anchorwoman refused to undergo a mental examination but did so in a “rational” way, a psychiatrist says.

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State: Suspect in TV anchor slaying declines mental examination, appears to be ‘rational’

Suspect in TV anchor slaying declines exam

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A State psychiatrist says the man accused of killing an Arkansas television anchorwoman has refused a mental examination, but appears to be “rational.”

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Arkansas judge blocks phone access for man accused in recruiting office shooting

Judge blocks phone for suspect in soldier shooting

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — An Arkansas judge restricted jail telephone access Thursday for a man accused of killing a soldier outside of an Army recruiting center.

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Lawyer: Man charged in recruiter shooting ‘radicalized,’ abused in Yemeni prison

Lawyer: Ark. attack suspect ‘radicalized’ in Yemen

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The lawyer for a Muslim convert accused of killing a soldier outside a Little Rock recruiting center says the man was “tortured” and “radicalized” in a Yemeni prison.

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Man charged in recruiter shooting had ‘04 weapons arrest in Tenn., charge eventually dropped

Recruiter shooting suspect had earlier arrest

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A Muslim convert accused of fatally shooting an Army private and wounding another had previously been arrested on a weapons charge in Tennessee, but that charge eventually was dropped.

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Suspect in recruiting office killing pleads not guilty; judge orders him held without bail

Suspect pleads not guilty in soldier’s death

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A Muslim man accused of killing a soldier in a “political and religious” attack on a military recruiting center in Arkansas has pleaded not guilty to a capital murder charge.

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