One sought, six arrested in murder case
By STAFF REPORTS
May 4, 2018, 11:46
The Crossett Police Department has arrested six people and are searching for a seventh in connection with a fatal shooting Sunday.
While police have not released information about the full circumstances surrounding the incident, and had declined to release any information prior to Friday, investigators said in a news release they responded to a shots fired call at the intersection of 12th Avenue and Mississippi Street at approximately 9:15 p.m. April 29. They found an unresponsive Damien Lee Doyle, 39, of Lima, Ohio, with several apparent gunshot wounds.
Doyle was transported to Ashley County Medical Center by ambulance, and was later pronounced dead at the hospital.
Following the initial investigation, police are seeking Dominick Smith, 20, on a warrant for first degree murder.
Even as they seek Smith, the investigation has resulted in the arrests of six other people. They include:
-Gregory L. Smith, 41, of Crossett, who was charged with first degree murder, felon in possession of firearm, and absconding parole. Smith was arrested on May 2, and is being detained on a $500,000 bond.
-Robert Jerome Williams Jr., 25, of Crossett, who was charged with first degree murder and felon in possession of firearm. He was arrested on May 1, and is being detained on a $500,000 bond.
-Ramanda L. Williams-Duke, 41, of Crossett, who was charged with tampering with evidence and hindering apprehension. She was arrested May 1. Williams-Duke was released on a $15,000 bond.
-Radrequiez Quinton Robinson, 24, of Crossett, who was arrested for absconding parole on April 30.
-Kimberly D. Smith, 38, of Crossett, who was arrested for hindering apprehension and tampering with evidence. Kimberly Smith was arrested on May 3, and is being detained on $7,500 bond.
-Lazerrick Black, 21, of Crossett, who was arrested on May 2 for absconding parole and warrants not related to the shooting.
Those who can provide information about the location of Dominick Smith should contact the Crossett Police Department at 870-364-4131.
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