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No arrest in deaths of girls, stepdad in Arkadelphia

By The Associated Press

This article was published December 8, 2012 at 1:33 p.m.


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— An Arkansas State Police spokesman said there has been no arrest in the deaths of two girls and their stepfather in Arkadelphia.

Spokesman Bill Sadler said Saturday that he doesn’t expect further information to be released on Saturday about the deaths of 4-year-old Marley Crutchfield, 6-year-old Adiele Crutchfield and 40-year-old Bobby Galbraith.

An Arkadelphia police report said the bodies of the three were found Thursday night when the mother of the girls — Anna Galbraith— called police after arriving home and finding her daughters dead. An officer found Bobby Galbraith’s body and a 6-month-old girl — believed to be Bobby Galbraith’s daughter — unharmed.

A suspected cause of the deaths has not been released.

Police Chief Al Harris and Clark County Sheriff Jason Watson did not immediately return phone calls on Saturday.

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