|Updated: 3/08/2012 8:46 am
||Published: 3/07/2012 10:12 pm
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A steady decline in the amount of crime in downtown Little Rock but that doesn't mean it's not still happening. Violent crime is up so downtown residents are taking matters to city leaders asking them to clean up the act.
Wednesday night, police shared there are still no arrests in the December 28th beating of a Boulevard Bread Company truck driver. They say they've pulled prints from the truck but found no matches.
Also, the FBI is taking over the investigation into racial slurs and death threats found at the Emoba Museum on Valentines Day.
Thanks to a public forum held by the Downtown Neighborhood Association, police say they're reorganizing the department into special detective subdivisions aimed to better protect those living in the downtown area as well as solve these crimes much faster.