LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Authorities say DNA evidence has led investigators to a man suspected in a 2002 slaying.
Little Rock police say 36-year-old Errick Harrell was connected to the earlier slaying by the results of interviews conducted by police. Prosecutors on Thursday charged Harrell with first-degree murder for the slaying of 19-year-old Jerrick Davis.
Harrell is already serving a 65-year prison sentence after being convicted in April of a 2010 killing.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports Davis was found shot multiple times at a home on South Louisiana Street. An autopsy revealed he'd been shot 10 times with two different guns.
Harrell also has prior convictions for second-degree battery, theft by receiving and weapons possession.
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