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North Little Rock man charged in August murder

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Shawn Everette Pilcher, 29 Shawn Everette Pilcher, 29

NORTH LITTLE ROCK (KATV) - U.S. Marshals assisted the North Little Rock Police Department in the arrest of a man accused of an August murder.

29-year-old Shawn Everette Pilcher is accused of killing 69-year-old George Zumwalt.

Cyclists who were riding along the trails near Batesville Pike found Zumwalt's body on August 11th. 

Police arrested Pilcher without incident at home in Gravel Ridge, and he is being held without bond.

Pilcher faces charges of capital murder, kidnapping, felony theft of property, felon in possession of a firearm, and aggravated robbery. 

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