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    Neighbors remember Chino Galbraith, Adiele Crutchfield, Marley Crutchfield

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    ARKADELPHIA, Ark. (KTHV) - Friends, neighbors, and strangers spent the day puzzled, hurt, and upset over the deaths of three Arkadelphia residents on Friday.

    Bobby Jean "Chino" Galbraith, 40, and his two stepdaughters were found murdered in their home Thursday evening. The girls have been identified as Adiele and Marley Crutchfield, ages six and four, respectively.

    People visited their home on S. 11th Street Friday; some dropped off flowers in memory of the victims, while others just watched as detectives searched the area.

    One thing they all wanted was answers. At this point, investigators have not released a possible motive for the killings and no suspect has been arrested.

    "It's very disturbing especially to know it can happen two doors down," said neighbor, Amanda Akers. "Even in Arkadelphia you don't hear about something like this happening, it's devastating."

    Friends of the Galbraith family said they were nice and always willing to help someone in need.

    "He was very much the family man, they looked to have almost the perfect family," remembered Akers.
    "They were precious; they would come down here and sell girl scout cookies."

    In addition to being known as a family man, Galbraith was well-known for his tattoo work.
    Both Akers and fellow neighbor, Sandra Green, have some of his work.

    "My husband and I have lots of tattoos from him," Akers said.

    The Clark County Sheriff's Office has not made any arrests in this case, yet Sheriff Jason Watson said he does not think the Arkadelphia community is in imminent danger. Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact their local authorities.

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