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Police identify victims, suspect in fatal pedestrian accident

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Little Rock Police releasing more information on last night’s homicide, after a suspect led police on a pursuit ended with one death.

On Tuesday at around 6:50 P.M. a police pursuit ended when Jordan Vandenberghe, 24, lost control of his stolen SUV and struck a mother and daughter on the sidewalk in the 9900 block of Chicot Road.

“He is currently in custody charged with murder in the 1st degree, battery in 1st degree, felony theft of property…felony theft of receiving stolen property and fleeing felony,” said LRPD Chief Kenton Buckner.

Trindia Horton, 39, was found dead on the scene, while her daughter Nahtali Horton, 18, remains in stable condition according to police.

Officer Zachary Hardman was in pursuit of the suspect, which started at Baseline Road and ended on Chicot Road.

In a copy obtained by Channel 7, Little Rock Police’s pursuit policy clearly states that a pursuit should be terminated if the officer knows the suspect is wanted only for a traffic violation, misdemeanor, or non-violent felony; stealing a car is a non-violent felony.

Source: Police identify victims, suspect in fatal pedestrian accident

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