Manhunt Over, Criminal History Coming to Light

While the hunt may be over for a Little Rock man accused of killing his parents then kidnapping his adopted sister, his criminal history is here to stay.

We're still unsure what led to the murders or even how they occurred, but through police records and speaking with local neighbors we're able to get a tighter grasp on the Whitlow family.

They mark homicides number 29 and 30 for 2012 in Little Rock, and Bobby and Annette Whitlow made their own mark as two local pastors. They're known best in the area for being active in the Warriors For Christ Ministry.

Neighbor Louis Jaramillo said the couple has lived next to him about four years, and he's never seen anything but smiles.

"We were good neighbors. We'd speak all the time," Jaramillo told us.

"Yesterday (Saturday) evening when he went by in the afternoon, he blowed the horn. About, I don't know what time it was maybe 2:30, 3:00 or somewhere around there."{>}

Antonio, the 33-year-old son of the slain couple, is believed to be at the other end of these murders after security cameras at the home show him leaving around the time of the killings with his 12-year-old adopted sister, Amber.

"Physically she was not harmed. Mentally, as well as a 12-year-old can do, I'm not sure if she's aware of the severity of everything that happened," said Sgt. Cassandra Davis with Little Rock Police Department.

"We'll be talking with her to get a statement from her to determine how she knows and what was actually going on. Physically she's fine."

Further investigation by Channel 7 tells the main suspect is no stranger to law enforcement.

In 2007, records show Antonio Whitlow pled guilty to assaulting a family member, receiving five years probation.

As just recently as May, Whitlow was accused of stabbing a Memphis man with a butcher knife.

Further details give insight to the 2007 guilty plea where Whitlow actually pled not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect, but changed his plea after an evaluation found he was fit to stand trial.

He remains in Memphis where there's been an arrest warrant out for him since that accused stabbing in May. Once he is arraigned on those charges, LRPD says he will be sent back here for to face more charges and questioning.