North Little Rock police have identified the four people found dead Sunday night in a house on Parker Street and given carbon monoxide poisoning as cause of the deaths.

The police release:


February 16th at approximately 11:55 pm  Officers with the North Little Rock Police Department discovered the bodies of four adults inside a residence located at 1011 Parker Street. Detectives with the North Little Rock Police Department were notified and responded to the scene and initiated a death investigation.

On February 19th Detectives with the North Little Rock Police Department were contacted by the Medical Examiner’s Office and learned that the cause of death for the four individuals was carbon monoxide poisoning.


During the course of the investigation Detectives located a stolen Miller 250 welder/generator inside an enclosed storage room which was located under the residence where the bodies were located. The welder/generator was stolen on the morning of February 16th from a construction site located at 1301 Pike Avenue.

It is believed that the exhaust that was produced by the welder/generator during operation produced the carbon monoxide that lead to the deaths.


Detectives have identified the deceased as:

36 year old Brandi Russell (W/F) DOB: 9-23-1983


51 year old Tracy Hampton (B/M) DOB: 01-21-1969

47 year old Deon Lindsey (B/M) DOB: 06-28-1972


47 year old Christopher Cross (B/M) DOB: 09-17-1972

This is an on-going investigation.



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