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.
Police said he shot and killed Michael Angelo Scott, 33.