|Updated: 10/19/2011 11:20 pm
||Published: 10/19/2011 10:57 pm
Thursday at 10 a.m., students will meet with UALR's chancellor to talk about campus safety concerns. Wednesday, the Stop the Violence movement, Little Rock religious leaders and law enforcement joined forces to find Patricia Guardado's killer.
At the Stop the Violence press conference, the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department told FOX16 Guardado's killer is likely hiding out in central Arkansas.
"It's somebody from this local area and we have no reason to believe that they have left the area," says Lt. Carl Minden.
Now, religious and Stop the Violence leaders want the no snitching rule followed by some to stop.
"You have to put yourself in this family's shoes. How would you feel if it was your little sister or your child? You would want someone to come forward," says Walter Cockran with Stop the Violence.
The leaders also have a message for those in the hispanic community fearing possible deportation if they come forward with clues.
"That's not our primary goal in this instance. You know, we're here to solve a homicide. We're not looking at immigration status. That's something totally minor compared to what we're dealing with right now," says Minden.
Police tell us they do not need your name if you give them clues.