UPDATE: Homicide in Hot Springs Village: Police looking for susp - KATV - Breaking News, Weather and Razorback Sports

UPDATE: Homicide in Hot Springs Village: Police looking for suspect

Posted: Updated:
UPDATE: Garland County Sheriff investigators have obtained an arrest warrant for 29-year-old Brent Michael Hile in reference to a homicide that occurred Tuesday night in Hot Springs Village. Hile is described as a while male, approximately 5'11" tall, 190 pounds, brown hair and brown eyes. Hile is possibly driving a 2008 blue Ford Fusion bearing an Arkansas license plate #578RHP

Investigators do not believe that Hile is still in Hot Springs Village or the Garland County Area. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Brent Hile or if you come into contact with Hile use caution. Call 911 or contact your local law enforcement agency.

According to Garland County investigators, Hile is involved in a homicide that took place on Alava Way, Tuesday night. Hot Springs Village Police responded to a call around 6:20 Tuesday night for a diseased white male. Garland County officials believe that individual was killed, he did not die of natural causes.

Police are hunting a suspect they would like to question about a homicide earlier tonight in Hot Springs Village. According to our news partner, Hot Springs Daily, officers were called to Alava Lane, near Lake Pineda, after 6:00 p,m. They found a person who had been stabbed to death. They are looking for a suspect who is believed to be driving a 2008 blue, 4 door, Ford Fusion. We'll have more information as it becomes available.
  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Three potential cases of respiratory enterovirus D68 in Arkansas

    Three potential cases of respiratory enterovirus D68 in Arkansas

    Friday, September 12 2014 7:22 PM EDT2014-09-12 23:22:07 GMT
    LITTLE ROCK (KATV) – Three samples from three different Arkansas patients are on their way to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta after doctors are concerned they have contracted the Enterovirus D68. The virus has already swept 12 states across the Midwest and Southeast. More >>
    LITTLE ROCK (KATV) – Three samples from three different Arkansas patients are on their way to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta after doctors are concerned they have contracted the Enterovirus D68. The virus has already swept 12 states across the Midwest and Southeast. More >>
  • ASU Crosses make a comeback on t-shirts

    ASU Crosses make a comeback on t-shirts

    ASU Crosses make a comeback on t-shirts

    Saturday, September 13 2014 6:23 PM EDT2014-09-13 22:23:30 GMT
    JONESBORO (KAIT)--When the Arkansas State University Red Wolves were advised to remove a cross from their helmets that paid tribute to fallen friends, some fans decided to bring the crosses back.More >>
    JONESBORO (KAIT)--When the Arkansas State University Red Wolves were advised to remove a cross from their helmets that paid tribute to fallen friends, some fans decided to bring the crosses back.
    More >>
  • Metro Radar

    Metro Radar