Marion Police make arrest in shooting incident at McDonald’s/Flash Market

Other persons of interest still wanted

By Ralph Hardin

On Thursday, Dec. 10th, Marion Police Department Detective Lt. Freddy Williams arrested an individual in connection to a shooting incident at the Marion McDonald’s and Flash Market. Denzel Logan, 18, a black male resident of Marion was arrested for his involvement in the Nov. 23, shooting. Based on investigation of the incident, Logan he was generated as one of the suspects. Logan was arrested on a warrant and charged with a Terroristic Act, which is a Class B felony. On that night, Marion Police responded to a call at the Marion Shell Station/McDonald’s parking lot. Williams reported that a group argument developed. Someone came over from the McDonald’s and started firing a gun in the direction of the gas pumps. A number of vehicles were hit. Although shots were fired, no one was hurt. “The incident is still an ongoing investigation and there are other persons of interest involved in the shooting,” said Williams. Anyone with any information about this incident or any other crime is encouraged to contact the Marion Police Department at (870)739-5411, or call Crittenden County Crime Stoppers at (870)-732-4444. Information leading to arrest could earn callers up to a $2,000 reward. All calls are kept confidential.


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