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Name of Paragould shooting victim released

PARAGOULD, AR (KAIT) -

The name of the man killed in a Paragould shooting on July 23 has been released.

Roderick “Rocky” Cox, 51, was shot and killed in a home at 729 North 5th Street.

According to Lt. Scott Snyder with the Paragould Police Department, a preliminary autopsy report shows Cox died from a single gunshot wound to the head.

He was pronounced dead on the scene by Greene County Coroner Dick Pace.

Snyder said police are still conducting interviews and investigating the shooting.

There have been no arrests made in this case. 

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