AR Real Estate Agent Found Dead, Some Much Needed Rain, Toledo Owes Bottled Water Company $

AR real estate agent Beverly Carter (Source: Pulaski County Sheriff's Office)
AR real estate agent Beverly Carter (Source: Pulaski County Sheriff's Office)

PULASKI COUNTY, AR (RNN) - Beverly Carter, a real estate agent, has been found dead, according to media reports. The woman's body was found in the early hours of Tuesday in a shallow grave about 20 miles northeast of Little Rock, according to CNN. This comes the day after Arron Lewis was arrested in connection with her disappearance. Lewis was arrested Monday morning by the Little Rock Police Department in West Little Rock after a short pursuit, KATV in Little Rock reported. Carter had been missing since Thursday afternoon, when she went to show a house in the community of Scott and never returned home, according to CNN. Her husband went to the house looking for her, only to find her vehicle there and the front door of the house left open. Lt. Carl Minden of Pulaski County Sheriff's Department said the suspect admitted to the kidnapping, "but he would never tell us whereabouts."

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with some rain showers early, becoming scattered in the afternoon. High: 68 

TUESDAY NIGHT: Chilly & partly cloudy. LOW: 55

WEDNESDAY: A little sun and a little blue sky yet staying cool. High: 69

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -Toledo's water crisis left hundreds of thousands of water customers dry. Now the city owes the bottled water company Fastenal over $30,000. When the do not drink order was issued on the morning of August 2 people flocked to the stores for bottled water and a shortage was soon seen. The Ohio National Guard brought water but the city also called Fastenal to provide water bottles for the emergent need. "I felt that the most important thing that we had to do was we had to be able to take panic out of the equation," said Mayor D. Michael Collins. A total of 177,408 bottles were delivered, which amounts to $38,427 the city now owes to Fastenal. While this is a bill that has to be paid, several city council members are not ready to just cut the check right away and are looking for ways the city can be reimbursed.

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 Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager