A Little Rock mother is found dead early this morning. Her body was left on the side of the road. Now police say they have caught the killer. Lacrisha Foot was found near the 3800 block of Katherine St. around 3 a.m.
Little Rock police say shortly after identifying the body of 33-year-old Lacrisha Foot her husband, 32-year-old Deshaun Scott, confessed to killing her.
She had a gunshot wound and police believe she died as a result of it. They will not say where she was shot since the investigation is still on going. But in that investigation the police will try to determine whether or not foot was shot at the same location where she was found or if she was killed somewhere else and dumped there.
"I didn't hear any gunshots and usually I will hear gunshots. Apparently from what I from what it looks like and from what the police said she was pushed out the vehicle laying flat with her left hand up above her head," said Doneica Green, who lives near where the body was found.
A friend of Foot's says that she leaves behind six children including a newborn baby.
The friend says that the couple argued a lot and this may have been the result of a jealous rage. Police say Scott is charged with first degree murder.
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