Reward now at $50,000 for information leading to an arrest in triple homicide

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UPDATE (11/18/2018) -- The City of Little Rock has increased the reward money to $50,000 for the triple homicide that happened on 14th and Peyton on Friday.

“It is our hope that someone will come forward with information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for this senseless act of violence,” said City Manager Bruce T. Moore.

The city decided to use seized funds to increase the reward and hope it will encourage potential witnesses to share information.


ORIGINAL (11/17/18) -- When Little Rock PD responded to a call of shots fired on 14th and Peyton, they came upon four people with multiple gun shot wounds. Three of those were found deceased inside a wrecked vehicle in a ditch.

"One victim is currently in critical condition. He is 17 years of age," said Interim Little Rock Police Chief Alice Fulk.

The call came in at 10:42 Friday night. Officers and detectives taped off a whole block of Little Rock's Hope neighborhood to investigate a triple homicide.

No arrests have been made at this point, but LRPD considers it an isolated incident.

"It's very unusual that we would have four people shot in one vehicle," Interim Chief Fulk said. "It would lead me to think that potentially there was probably some nexus between the victims and the suspect. However, I don't know that at this point. We're not going to know it until we get further in the investigation."

Of the three found inside the wrecked vehicle, two females, identified as Carrington Williams and Latija Luckey, died at the hospital. One male, Kennelle Anderson, was pronounced dead at the scene. All victims are under the age of 20.

Interim Chief Fulk emphasizes the fact this violence occurred so close to the holiday season, saying, "This tragedy is not something we want in Little Rock. We don't accept this type of thing in Little Rock. And we're committed to try to reduce this."

Little Rock police also announced on Saturday that they are offering a $10,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for this violence.

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