Capital murder suspect sought by Little Rock Police Department


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Little Rock, Arkansas – The Little Rock Police Department (LRPD) is actively seeking a suspect associated with a capital murder case.

The department has identified the individual of interest as Karisha Grisby, who is believed to be linked to a homicide event that occurred on June 16, close to the Ronald McDonald House.

On the aforementioned date, at approximately 3 a.m., the LRPD responded to a distress call concerning a shooting at 1501 W. 10 Street, the location of the Ronald McDonald House. Upon their arrival, the officers discovered an individual critically wounded from gunshot injuries. The afflicted person, unfortunately, did not survive their injuries, as per the LRPD statement.

The department is appealing to the public for any information concerning Grisby’s whereabouts. Should anyone possess pertinent information or knowledge about Grisby’s location, they are encouraged to get in touch with the homicide detectives at (501) 371-4660.



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