LRPD 12th Street commander claims a small group of repeat offenders are responsible for homicides in the city
On April 14th at the LRPD 12th Street quarterly meeting, Major Andre Dyer said that the violent crimes in his division were up 41% from the same period in 2021.
He reported that homicides in 2022 had increased too and commented that "looks kinda bad...never seen it the way it is right now."
In addressing the increase in homicides, Dyer said, "there are a handful of repeat offenders causing problems, especially when it comes to homicides, and the department is focusing on bringing them in".
Last April LRPD warned the public of a serial killer, the Little Rock Slasher, on the loose in the safe city of Little Rock.
They have not wanted to answer any questions or provide any information about the Little Rock Slasher investigation.
Now the public has to worry about about group of serial killers, the Little Rock Bangers, committing multiple homicides throughout the city.
It is clear the city of Little Rock needs new leadership in city government and at LRPD.