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JONESBORO, Ark. – A third suspect is now wanted for the murder of Andrew Powell.
Jonesboro Police have obtained an arrest warrant for JaColby “Jack” Haggard.
Haggard is wanted for Murder 1st Degree in connection to a homicide that occurred at 3105 Parkwood Drive on November 30th. He should be considered armed and extremely dangerous.
Jacolby Haggard is described as a black male around 5’10”, weighing 175 pounds, with brown eyes and hair. He has complete tattoo sleeves on both arms.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of JaColby “Jack” Haggard, please call the Jonesboro Police Department at 870-935-5657 or the U.S. Marshals Eastern Arkansas Fugitive Task Force at 501-324-6256. You can also send a confidential tip on Facebook or online.
Jonesboro Police made a second arrest in the weekend murder of Andrew Powell.
Through extensive investigation, detectives developed leads that connected 22-year-old Kyron Stegall, of Jonesboro, to the incident, a release posted to social media on Thursday said.
Stegall was apprehended and brought in for questioning. He was later arrested and placed in custody of the Craighead County Detention Center awaiting his PC hearing.
This is still an ongoing investigation.
The Jonesboro Police Department has made an arrest in the weekend death of a man found with gunshot wounds Saturday in Jonesboro.
Police responded to 3105 Parkwood around 11:20 Saturday evening, when former residents discovered a truck running in the driveway of their vacant home. They notified police and reported it as a “Burglary in Progress”.
Once police arrived and entered the residence, they located Andrew Powell, age 24 of Jonesboro, deceased.
Mr. Powell sustained apparent gunshot wounds.
JPD detectives were able to develop a suspect through their investigation and arrested Wesley Neal this afternoon. He was booked into the Craighead County Detention Center around 1 p.m.
This investigation is still ongoing.
JONESBORO, Ark. – An investigation is being conducted to determine what happened to a man who was found dead following a call about a burglary in progress in Jonesboro.
Approximately 11:15 p.m. Saturday evening, dispatch received notification of a Burglary In Progress at 3105 Parkwood Drive, JPD said in a release. Police arrived on scene to discover a deceased male inside the residence.
The Craighead County Coroner’s office also responded to the scene.
JPD’s Criminal Investigation Division is currently investigating this incident.
This investigation is in the preliminary stage and ongoing, police said in a release. No further details will be released at this time.
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