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Suspect in West Memphis double shooting turns himself in

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Denarius Mathew Stallings (Source: West Memphis Police Department) Denarius Mathew Stallings (Source: West Memphis Police Department)
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WEST MEMPHIS, AR (KAIT) - The West Memphis Police Department says a murder suspect has turned himself into police without incident.

According to WMPD, Denarius Mathew Stallings turned himself into police Sunday night and is currently being held in the Crittenden County Detention Center.

Stallings is facing multiple charges, including first degree murder, first degree battery, and possession of a firearm after police found two men who had been shot lying outside the Imperial Homes Apartment Complex around 10 a.m. Sunday morning.

The shooting victims, 21-year-old Demyrion Miller and 20-year-old Phillip Jones, were taken by ambulance to the Memphis Regional Medical Center.

Miller was later pronounced dead and Jones is still listed in critical condition.

Region 8 news will continue to track this story and bring you any new details as soon as they become available.

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