Sixth Suspect Arrested In Deadly Springdale Stabbing

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SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — Springdale Police have arrested six suspects they believe have a connection to a fatal stabbing in Springdale.

Ulises Manjarrez 19, was arrested Friday (Jan. 15) suspicion of accomplice to capital murder and residential burglary, according to as press release.

Matthew Guod, 21, Hernan Rodriguez, 18 and Victor Araujo, 19, all of Springdale, were arrested the day before on Jan. 14.  They are all facing charges of accomplice to capital murder and residential burglary for their actions during the fight. The burglary charges stem from forced entry into the motel room during the fight, a release from police states.

Nicolas Torres, 20, of Springdale, was arrested the same day on suspicion of hindering apprehension, according to the release.

Springdale police also arrested Hector Trejo, 17, on suspicion of capital murder and aggravated residential burglary. The Washington County prosecutor’s office said Friday that he has been charged as an adult.

Eliazar Torres, 21, died from his injuries Jan. 13 after he was stabbed at the Scottish Inn on Jan. 11, according to police.


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