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I-630 shooting probed; victim deemed stable

by Brianna Kwasnik, Teresa Moss | January 11, 2022 at 1:00 a.m.

A Little Rock man who was shot multiple times on Interstate 630 over the weekend is in stable condition, authorities said Monday.

Shortly before 4:20 p.m. Sunday, Fredrick Taylor, 26, was shot while driving west near the Mississippi Street and Rodney Parham Road interchange, according to a news release from Arkansas State Police.

"It appears this individual was the intended target of the shooter," state police spokesman Bill Sadler said Monday.

Witnesses said a rifle was fired from a vehicle as it passed Taylor, the news release stated.

Other details were not available Monday as police continued to investigate, Sadler said.

The shooting snagged traffic through the city for nearly four hours, according to police and the Arkansas Department of Transportation.

State police ask anyone who witnessed the shooting to call them at (501) 618-8100.

Print Headline: I-630 shooting probed; victim deemed stable

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