CONWAY, Ark. (AP) - A prosecutor says four men have been charged with two counts of capital murder and other felonies in a shooting at the University of Central Arkansas that killed two students and injured another man.
Prosecutor Marcus Vaden says the men also face charges of terroristic threatening, illegally possessing a firearm, firing a weapon from a car and having a handgun on a public school property. The men could face the death penalty or a life sentence if convicted on one of the capital murder charges.
The men - Kawin Brockton, 19, of Conway; Kelsey Perry, 19, of Morrilton; Mario Toney, 20, of Little Rock; and Brandon Wade, 20, of Lake Village - are being held without bond at the Faulkner County Jail.
The shooting took place Sunday night outside a dormitory at the college in Conway, about 30 miles north of Little Rock. Killed were Ryan Henderson, 18, of Little Rock, and Chavares Block, 19, of Dermott. The shooting's survivor, Martrevis Norman of Blytheville, was shot in the leg but has been released from the hospital.