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White Co. deputies searching for man convicted of negligent homicide

Shelby Glenn Taylor (Source: White Co Sheriff's Department) Shelby Glenn Taylor (Source: White Co Sheriff's Department)

WHITE COUNTY, AR (KAIT) – Deputies in White County are searching for a Pangburn man convicted of negligent homicide.

According to the White County Sheriff's Department, 36-year-old Shelby Glenn Taylor pled guilty to negligent homicide on January 3 and was free on bond until his sentencing on February 6. Police say he failed to appear for his sentencing and an arrest warrant was issued.

Deputies have been searching for Taylor since and now needs the public's help in finding him. Police are asking the public not to approach Taylor.

Taylor pled guilty to hitting and killing Crystal Ward on Highway 16 in Searcy in December 2011.

If anyone knows the whereabouts of Shelby Glenn Taylor, you're asked to contact the White County Sheriff's Department at 501-279-6241.

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