That’s right, that old chestnut. Two homies get into an argument and one keeps it real by going medieval on the other homie’s ass.

The Little Rock Police Department began a homicide investigation after responding to a scene to find a man dead early Sunday morning.
Little Rock Police reported they arrested a suspect involved in a crossbow shooting. KARK

A man fatally shot an arrow at a 66-year-old guy in an Arkansas apartment, and cops found the victim with the crossbow bolt sticking out of him, police say. Good work detectives.

Little Rock (of course it was in Little Rock) cops said Jerry Crutcher, 56, fired the arrow at Charlie Williams last Sunday in the victim’s apartment.

Police found Williams dead at 4:40 a.m. If some one is going to die by crossbow murder in Little Rock you know its going to be after 400AM

Jerry Crutcher
Crutcher was arrested over the deadly crossbow shooting.

Police added that during the incident, a second victim was identified with an arrow wound. Mass bowing?

Crutcher was taken into custody Friday afternoon and charged with first-degree murder and second-degree battery.

He is currently being held at the Pulaski County jail on a $500,000 cash bond.

It wasn’t clear what sparked the bloodshed. I’m sure we can all take a guess.


  1. Wild, wild west says:

    It could easily have been Pine Bluff. Just sayin’.


  2. James says:

    Time for some “common sense”crossbow laws.

    I will not be affected by these laws as lost both my crossbows years back in a boating accident.

    I have lost a lot of things over the years in boating accidents,perhaps some new “common sense”boating legislation is in order.


    1. LSWCHP says:

      Given the amount of time it takes to reload a crossbow, that second victims must’ve been damn slow on his feet.


  3. John M. says:

    My dad bought a cheap crossbow years ago. We fooled around with it in the back yard. I would not want to stand in front of it.


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