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Central Arkansas Roller Derby preps for 6th season

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Get ready for the beginning of Central Arkansas Roller Derby's (CARD) season six on Saturday September 15th, 7 pm, at Little Rock Skate World.

The Springfield Rollergirls of Missouri will be rolling into town looking for trouble, and your Rock 'n' Renegades will be blocking their path.

Adult admission for this September Showdown is $10; kids 10 and under are free. This bout benefits the Humane Society of Pulaski County.

This season CARD will be showing roller derby leagues that there's a new sheriff in town. Train robbers and Missouri jammers beware for the Renegade gang in purple will be saving the damsel while hip checking the opposition.

Capital City Cold Case: Possible gang-related murder

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- A possible gang-related murder; it happened more than 16 years ago and Little Rock police need your help to solve it.

Officer Bruce Jones with the Little Rock Police Department sits down with THV's Liz Massey to talk about the case.

It happened June 10, 1996 at a gas station at 1624 S. Broadway.  Officer Jones says the victim, Roy Anderson was shot while he was sitting in a car. The person he was with was outside pumping gas and when that person heard the shots. They jumped in the car and took Anderson to 1321 S. Main.

The witness told police they believed it was gang-related and that Anderson had been shot in the head by the Crips.  Officer Jones says they are looking for a small maroon truck.

If you have any information in the murder of Roy Anderson, call Little Rock police.  Remember, you can remain anonymous.

Little Rock police searching for bank robbery suspects

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Little Rock police are actively searching for three men wanted for a bank robbery.

Police say three men robbed the Centennial Bank at 8th Street and Broadway around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Consumer Alert: Jamaican lottery scam

Consumer Alert: Jamaican lottery scam

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Have you received a phone call telling you that you've won the Jamaican lottery and all you have to do is pay the fees to release your funds or prize? 

The Arkansas Attorney General's office is warning consumers that this is a scam and not to fall for it.

"Within in the last two weeks we've been getting reports from Arkansas consumers and local law enforcement agencies that folks are getting call from a 876 area code number and they are being told they have won a car and if they will wire money, processing fees for their winnings, someone is in the area and will deliver a car to them," says Assistant Attorney General Sarah Tacker.

Tacker says if it seems to good to be true, it probably is.

Mother seeks justice for son allegedly slain by officer

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- The mother of 15-year-old Bobby Moore III, a teen shot and killed by a Little Rock police officer, says if convicted,  the manslaughter charge for Officer Josh Hastings would be a 'slap on the wrist.'

Moore's mother, Sylvia Perkins, told Today's THV in a phone call Monday the arrest is a step in the right direction, but she feels a stronger charge is warranted.

Hastings turned himself in Friday for last month's shooting and Monday pleaded not guilty to manslaughter.

The officer shot the 15-year-old in August because he says Moore was trying to break into cars  at a Little Rock apartment complex, then tried to get away, driving right at him.

Prosecutors, however, say Hastings' story does not add up.

LRPD officer's lawyer discusses manslaughter case

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - We are uncovering new details on Monday about what happened in a Little Rock manslaughter case, leaving a 15-year-old boy dead and a police officer charged with the crime and on paid leave from the force.

First off, we heard from the victim's mother on Monday (http://on.kthv.com/Szh3YF). And while Sylvia Perkins wasn't ready to speak on camera, she says the manslaughter charge against Officer Josh Hastings is by no means enough but a step in the right direction.

It started with reports of car break-ins at a Little Rock apartment complex on August 12th. And it ended with 15-year-Bobby Moore killed by a bullet that was fired by Little Rock Police Officer Josh Hastings.