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    Little Rock Police Department, Stop the Violence trying to solve murder of Charles Hall

    10:50 PM, Feb 26, 2013   |    comments
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    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Little Rock police are still working eleven unsolved murders from last year, and among them is the death of a Star City man found shot multiple times in his car back in October.

    The case was back in the spot light on Tuesday during a public appeal for information from police, Stop the Violence leaders and family members of 27-year-old Charles Hall, Jr. They all gathered at the Pilgrim Valley Baptist Church in Little Rock.

    "He still lives within our hearts. He lives within my heart every day. I think about him all the time," Hall's cousin, Michael McDonald, said. "Charles was a happy person. He was always smiling."

    "We are asking for the community's help. The homicide division can't do it by themselves. They go out there and beat the bushes, but we need help from the community," said Rev. Benny Johnson said.

    Little Rock police are looking for a mid-90's dark colored Cadillac, which they believe may be tied in this. Back on Oct.25, police found Hall in a car along the 1100 block of Fair Park Blvd. around 3 a.m. He'd been shot several times and later died at the hospital.

    "You got to think about it. If this was your brother, your child or whomever, you'll want someone to turn them in, and I'm sure someone has seen this," said Walter Cohran with Stop the Violence.

    "I owe it to him to find out exactly who took him from this earth," McDonald said.

    McDonald said that he wants not only to raise awareness about Hall's unsolved murder but also about gun violence and crime in Little Rock. He hopes that by speaking out he gives just a little more strength to fight that violence.

    As for Hall's case, police said they have no leads at this time and would welcome any information anyone might have. If you know something about this case, please call the Little Rock Police Department at (501) 371-4621.

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