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Hot Springs Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Hot Springs man held for murder in son's death

    Monday Nov 9 | via The Courier 

    Police in Hot Springs say a man initially arrested for battery of his 3-month-old son is now being held for capital murder because the child died. Cpl. Kirk Zaner says in a news release that 34-year-old James Antonio-Carlos Page was arrested Tuesday after a doctor at a Little Rock hospital notified police that the boy was in the emergency room with a neck injury, a broken collarbone, rib fractures and multiple bruises to the head and face.


    Related Topix: Hot Springs, AR

  • Killer's psychiatrist can be sued, appeals court finds

    Thursday Nov 5 | via NWAonline 

    The wife of a mental health worker killed by a client in 2010 can take the murderer's psychiatrist to trial in a wrongful death lawsuit, the Arkansas Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. Three judges with the state's appellate court ruled Wednesday that a Garland County circuit judge was wrong to dismiss the lawsuit filed by Victoria Fleming in her husband's death.


    Related Topix: Violent Crime, Garland County, AR, Hot Springs, AR

  • Former Ogdensburg woman murdered in Arkansas

    Oct 21, 2015 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    A former city woman was one of two people shot to death Monday in Hot Springs, Ark., during a domestic rampage allegedly carried out by her own father. Maryann Reid, 32, and her stepmother, 57-year-old Laura Reid, were both allegedly killed by Eric Allen Reid, 55, during a domestic incident shortly after 9 p.m. Monday, according to reports from the Garland County Sheriff's Department.


    Related Topix: Obituaries

  • Man facing murder charges in slayings of wife, daughter

    Oct 21, 2015 | via NWAonline 

    A 55-year-old Garland County man has been charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of his wife and daughter, officials said Tuesday afternoon. Eric Allen Reid of Hot Springs Village was charged in the slayings of his 57-year-old wife, Laura Reid, and his daughter Mary Ann Reid, who was 32. In addition to the suspect and two victims, McCormick said, three other people were in the house on Northwood Trail at the time of the slayings. 2 comments

    Related Topix: Garland County, AR, Hot Springs Village, AR, Hot Springs, AR