Two suspects were arrested Monday in the killing of a 38-year-old man who died more than two weeks after he and four others were wounded in a shooting outside a Little Rock home.
Darius Gulley, 24, and Linquinton Dean, 25, both of Little Rock, were arrested at Dean's address in the 6000 block of Verbena Drive around 9:40 p.m., according to a police report.
Police say Dean and Gulley both fired numerous times at people who were in the yard of a home at 2111 Bragg St., just west of Interstate 30 near downtown, around 10:45 p.m Nov. 2, according to police reports. An officer at the scene said the shooters fired from a "concealed position," the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette previously reported.
Linquinton Dean, 25, of Little Rock and Darius Gulley, 24, of Little Rock
Three women and two men were injured in the shooting, and each victim's injuries at that time were thought to be non-life threatening, police said.
One of the men who had been shot, 38-year-old Fred Duhart of Little Rock, died around 6 a.m. Nov. 20 at UAMS Medical Center. Duhart's death was the 35th homicide of the year in Little Rock. That number has since risen to 37.
Gulley faces charges of capital murder, four counts of first-degree battery, theft of property and failure to appear. Dean faces a capital murder charge and four counts of first-degree battery as well as a violation of an order of protection charge.
Both men are being held without bail. A court date is scheduled for Dec. 5.