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Pulaski County man held in death of girlfriend found beaten

Pulaski County man held in death of girlfriend found beaten

Pulaski County investigators arrested a 41-year-old man Sunday evening and charged him in the death of his girlfriend, who died after being found beaten and unconscious outside their home earlier in the day, according to a sheriff's office spokesman.

4 wounded in 2 Pulaski County shootings

Four people were injured in two separate shootings Sunday in Little Rock and in unincorporated Pulaski County, authorities said.

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Pulaski County man held in death of girlfriend found beaten

Pulaski County investigators arrested a 41-year-old man Sunday evening and charged him in the death of his girlfriend, who died after being found beaten and unconscious outside their home earlier in the day, according to a sheriff's office spokesman.

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