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UPDATE: Suspect named in Saline County double homicide

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Hogue Road in the community of Sardis on Sunday afternoon Hogue Road in the community of Sardis on Sunday afternoon

SALINE COUNTY (KATV) - A Mabelvale man was arrested Sunday evening for a weekend double homicide in Saline County.

Clinton Dewitt "C.D." Spann was booked Monday morning on two counts of 1st degree murder. Brothers 49-year-old Donald Williams and 46-year-old Michael Williams were found on Hogue Road in the community of Sardis.

No word yet on motive or if Spann even knew the victims.

Stay with KATV.com and Channel 7 News as more information becomes available.

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