Police Still Have No Suspects in Slaying of Mountain Home Doctor

JULY 6, 2006 - Posted at 7:24 a.m. CDT

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. (AP) - Mountain Home police are preparing

for a long investigation into the slaying of a local doctor, who

was killed June 18th.

Police Chief Carry Manuel still won't say whether police have a

suspect in the stabbing death of Doctor David Millstein, who was

found dead at his home.

Manuel says authorities searched a home and a car over the

weekend at a location outside Baxter County. But Manuel would not

identify the location or say what investigators learned from the

searches.

Manuel says Mountain Home investigators have talked with Little

Rock Police Department detectives about Lois Parks, Millstein's

ex-wife.

Little Rock police spokesman Sergeant Terry Hastings says in

1993, Jerry Parks, Lois Parks' husband at the time, was found shot

to death in his car on a Little Rock street. Hastings says Jerry

Parks' death was ruled a homicide and the investigation into the

death is active.

Manuel won't discuss a possible motive for the doctor's slaying.

He noted yesterday that he has consistently refuse to divulge

whether there is a suspect in Millstein's killing.

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