National Park Service seeks tips from the public to aid homicide investigation in Hot Springs NationSpecial Agents of the National Park Service Investigative Services Branch are seeking tips from the public to determine the circumstances related to the homicide of Paige Autumn White Read on...
On Sunday, March 14, 2021 at approximately 7:30 p.m., Hot Springs Police Department officers responded to 202 Hagen Street in reference to a fight. Read on...
On March 6, 2021, the Hot Springs PD responded to a wooded area near the 300 block of Columbia Hills Street in reference to human remains being discovered by hikers in the area. Read on...
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Did you know that every single investigation conducted by a law enforcement agency begins with a witness? It's true! Witnesses come in a variety of forms; eyewitnesses, bystanders, victims, experts, even the police officers themselves are "witnesses" in a criminal case.
That's why it is important for witnesses to speak up and report what they have seen, heard, or may suspect.
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