1:43 P.M. UPDATE:
A North Little Rock man was shot and killed early Friday morning during a disturbance in a neighborhood just east of UALR, a police spokesman said.
Little Rock police responding to a ShotSpotter activation at 2:32 a.m. Friday found Charles Brent Gant, 33, who had been shot, Little Rock police spokesman Eric Barnes said. Gant died at the scene and the Pulaski County coroner’s office transported his body to the state Crime Lab.
Jessica Henson, 29, told police she was Gant’s girlfriend and said she had been in an argument with Gant. She was arrested on a charge of second-degree murder, Barnes said.
The police report associated with the death said Gant was shot once with a handgun.
Henson was in the Pulaski County jail without bond as of Friday afternoon.
— Clara Turnage
Police in Little Rock say a man was found dead early Friday after officers went to investigate gunfire in a neighborhood just east of UALR.
The Little Rock Police Department said the agency's ShotSpotter system, which automatically detects gunfire, indicated a shooting had occurred at 5020 W. 31st St. shortly after 2:30 a.m.
Officers went to that location and found a man dead from an apparent gunshot wound, Officer Eric Barnes said in an email. He said investigators were "still actively working this case" and that it is being investigated as a homicide.
No information on a suspect or motive has been released.