Two suspect in West Memphis double homicide case are now in custody

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WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. — Reginald Smith is in custody.

He is the second suspect in a double homicide that occurred April 6th.

The West Memphis Police Department reports Smith surrendered to Mayor Marco McClendon & WMPD at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

The US Marshals East Arkansas Fugitive Task Force, the ATF Multi-Agency Task Force, & the Crittenden County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the week-long operation to bring Smith & Stackhouse into custody.

According to the West Memphis Police Department, Raheem Stackhouse was taken into custody on two counts of 1st degree homicide for the shooting in the 1800-block of East Broadway.

One other person was hurt when the shooting happened at an auto shop that doubled as a music venue.

Stackhouse surrendered to Marion police and is set to appear in court April 15 for a probable cause hearing.

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