Updated information on NLR homicide, determined murder-suicide

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NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Police say the investigation determined the homicide on Friday, October 18 to be murder-suicide.

Detectives with the NLRPD were notified and responded to the scene to initiate a homicide investigation. During the preliminary stages of the investigation detectives learned that both of the deceased had suffered from gunshot wounds.

The deceased have been identified as 42-year-old Kissick Lowery, of North Little Rock and 29-year-old William Brockman, of North Little Rock.

Detectives learned that Ms. Lowery and Mr. Brockman had been married for approximately five years.

The investigation determined that Ms. Lowery is a victim of homicide and Mr. Brockman’s death has been determined to be a suicide.


North Little Rock Police responded to a call of a reported “sick person.”

Police say, when they responded and entered the home, they found two bodies inside. One male and one female, both adults.

NLRPD says trauma was visible on both bodies.

“Detectives with the North Little Rock Police Department were notified and have responded to the scene to initiate a homicide investigation. Trauma was observed on both deceased subjects, however that trauma is not being released at this time due to the ongoing nature of the investigation,” said SGT. Amy Cooper, North Little Rock Police.

Cooper says there is no active threat to the community at this time.

More information to come.


NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Police are investigating a homicide that was discovered on Friday afternoon.

Officers were called to the 800 block of West 19th St. shortly after 3.

That’s where they say someone had reported a “sick person.”

More details to come.

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