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Arrest made in deadly Hope home invasion

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ARRESTED: Patrick D. King,, 26 (Source: Hope Arkansas Police Department) ARRESTED: Patrick D. King,, 26 (Source: Hope Arkansas Police Department)
Hope Police found the front door of the home in the 1000 block of North Greening Street riddled with at least 17 gunshots. Hope Police found the front door of the home in the 1000 block of North Greening Street riddled with at least 17 gunshots.
Killed: Roger Hall, 36 (Source: Hope, Arkansas Police Department) Killed: Roger Hall, 36 (Source: Hope, Arkansas Police Department)
Injured: Lamario Henderson, 24 (Source: Hope Arkansas Police Department) Injured: Lamario Henderson, 24 (Source: Hope Arkansas Police Department)
HOPE, AR (KSLA) -

Police in Hope have arrested one man in connection with a June home invasion that left one man dead and another seriously injured, but they are still looking for others.

36-year-old Roger Hall was found fatally shot on the floor of his home in the 1000 block of North Greening Street early on the morning of June 24. The front door of the home was riddled with at least 17 gunshots.

A second victim, 24-year-old Lamario Henderson, was taken to LSU Medical Center in Shreveport with what police described as "multiple lacerations and burn wounds.

A warrant was issued on June 27 for 26-year-old Patrick D. King of Texarkana for aggravated residential burglary, aggravated robbery, two counts of Kidnapping, four counts of false imprisonment 1st degree, and battery 2nd degree in connection with the case.

Texarkana, Texas police took King into custody July 3rd on unrelated charges. He is now at the Bi-State Correctional Facility awaiting extradition on the charges out of Hope.

Hope Assistant Chief Kim Tomlin says King is not charged with in connection with Hall's homicide at this time.

According to witnesses, several unknown masked suspects were involved in this incident, and Tomlin says they are still investigating several other persons of interest in the case.

Anyone with information on the black Dodge Magnum with Texas tags or its whereabouts is asked to call Detective Daniel Lauterbach at 870-722-2576 or Lieutenant Jimmy Courtney at 870-722-2560.

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