He still faces a charge of first-degree murder.
Fireworks were responsible for at least one home burning to the ground Thursday night in Blytheville.
A Missouri resident overheard on jail calls threatening to kill law enforcement officers and witnesses was sentenced Monday to federal prison for 10 years for possessing a firearm in Arkansas.
The case originated by a hotline call to the Arkansas State Police child abuse hotline.
Lawshea is one of four defendants charged with the murders of Bahadur “Bob” Dhillion, 62, and Anthony Tramble, 57, during a robbery of the Cherry Tree convenience store in Blytheville on November 5, 2016.
Over the last 10 years, Cablethon has raised over $2.4 million in donations to St. Jude, including $201,715 in 2017.
Richard’s wife, Christina Richard, 32, was also charged with manslaughter in this case, and her next appearance in Circuit Court is March 29.