Downtown Jonesboro shooter arrested in Texas

JONESBORO, Ark. – Kalius Jaciel Lane, wanted for first degree murder and six counts of first degree battery for the early Sunday Downtown Jonesboro shooting, was arrested Monday evening in Mesquite, Texas.

Lane’s arrest was the culmination of work between the Jonesboro Police Department, Deputy US Marshal Bob Clark of Jonesboro, and the US Marshals Dallas/Fort Worth Fugitive Task Force.

Details regarding Lane’s extradition are unavailable at this time.


Lane, also known as “Kizzle Kizzle,” which is another way of saying “Kill Kill,” was wanted by police and considered armed and dangerous. He had been posting on Facebook about how he was not involved in the incident, how he was innocent and asking why he would shoot one of his own “customers.”

Sources told NEA Report late Monday that Lane is a drug dealer. His now-deleted page contained a litany of references to drug use and sale – as recently as the morning following the shooting.

Lane’s Facebook rants went silent after an exclusive report was published documenting his online rants. Another report later was published showing him shooting a gun at least five times in clear view of a recording camera. 

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