Clarksville Police Search For Person Of Interest In Stabbing

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CLARKSVILLE (KFSM)--A man in his early-30s is dead after a stabbing in Clarksville, according to police.

A release states a patrolman with the Clarksville Police Department observed a disturbance in the front yard of a home in the 200 block of North Rogers Street at around 8:30 p.m. Saturday (Dec. 19).

The officer spoke to the people in the yard and was advised a man had been stabbed and was unresponsive, according to Larry Boggs with the Clarksville Police Department. The officer performed CPR on the unresponsive man until EMS arrived. The victim was transported to Johnson County Regional Medical center, where he was pronounced dead.

The identity of the victim is not being released at this time.

The suspect wanted for questioning is Reinier Milanes Barreras described as a heavy-set man in his late 30s.

Reinier Milanes Barreras

Police believe he may be driving a black 2012 Ford Taurus with a Kentucky license plate displayed, similar to the car pictured below.

The suspect could be driving a car similar to the one pictured here.

Anyone with information of the whereabouts of Barreras is asked to contact the Clarksville Police Department at (479)-754-8100 or your local law enforcement agency.

2 comments

  • zztopperman

    A heavy-set man in his 30’s? Really? Too politically correct to say what color he appears to be? That’s not racist, that’s just an important part of a description!

    • Fred G. Sanford (@FredGSanford69)

      They don’t want you to know he is Hispanic for obvious reasons. They don’t want you to know our country is being overrun with degenerates from Third World cesspools. Arkansas is an attractive destination thanks to Don Tyson and the rest. Clarksville and other towns like it are suffering because of it.

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