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Police arrest man wanted for questioning for ramming vehicle

(Provided by: Poinsett County Sheriff's Office) (Provided by: Poinsett County Sheriff's Office)

MARKED TREE, AR  (KAIT) – Authorities in Poinsett County arrested a man who may have rammed his car into another vehicle, injuring his two children. According to Marked Tree Police, Harold Marshall, II was caught in rural Poinsett County.

Police said he was wanted for questioning in a hit and run case. The extent of the injuries is unknown. The ages of the children have not been released.

According to police, Marshall was involved in some sort of domestic incident.

Marshall was last seen driving a silver colored 2003 Chevy pickup truck with license plate 349-MKW.

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