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Sheriff’s Department: Most leads exhausted in Natzke murder case

Investigators with the Garland County Sheriff’s Department and the Arkansas State Police say they have exhausted most of their leads in the murder of Dawna Natzke.
LITTLE ROCK, AR – Investigators with the Garland County Sheriff’s Department and the Arkansas State Police say they have exhausted most of their leads in the murder of Dawna Natzke.

Natzke, a dispatcher for the Hot Springs Village Police Department, disappeared on December 21, 2011 after a Christmas party. Her car was found four days later, burned out in the woods. Natzke’s body was found on New Year’s Eve.

The Sheriff’s Department says the last person to see her alive was her boyfriend, 28-year-old Kevin Duck. Duck was named a person of interest and arrested last February for an unrelated probation violation. Investigators say there are no other persons of interest at this time.

A judge later gave Duck two more years of probation for his violation. He has not been charged in connection to Natzke’s death.

The FBI is assisting by analyzing electronic data gathered during the investigation. Once that analysis is finished, investigators will meet with the prosecuting attorney to determine the next course of action.

An $11,000 reward is still available for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible for the murder of Natzke. Anyone with information may contact Garland County Inv. Mike Wright or AR State Police Special Agent Dennis Morris at 501-622-3690, or the department’s anonymous tip line at 501-622-3674.
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