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story.lead_photo.caption Suspect Arron Lewis (left) is escorted from the Pulaski County Sheriff's department by investigators after being interrogated, September 30, 2014 in this file photo.

Murder suspect Arron Lewis admitted to Pulaski County sheriff's investigators shortly after his Sept. 30 arrest that he kidnapped real estate agent Beverly Carter, according to an arrest report released Tuesday.

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Print Headline: Abduction of Realtor admitted, report says

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  • proudarkychristian
    November 26, 2014 at 10:26 a.m.

    God bless and watch over this family, especially during this Thanksgiving season.
    My heart goes out to them, for God to give them His guidance, and peace of mind.
    This case especially touches those of us who have been in the Real Estate business.
    Very hard dedicated workers, and hard to protect against such repeat criminals as
    Lewis.

  • railtoler
    November 26, 2014 at 10:55 a.m.

    The new prison Arkansas DOC is planning to build should be modeled after the California Pelican Island facility. Designed for violent offenders to spend their life sentences in isolation. They have limited contact with correction officials and the death penalty is not an issue. Isolation at Pelican is so tough that convicts have plead guilty to murders in states with death penalty, just to get out. Expensive, maybe, but it is a great deterrent, and just ask victim's family what that is worth I worked in corrections, human predators don't change.
    Jim Toler

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