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Year later, NLR killing still fresh in mind of kin

Posted: August 15, 2014 at 2:20 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Ashley Nerbovig Samantha Olson's sister April Welshhons, 26, stands with her daughter on the corner of the intersection where a year earlier Olson was shot and killed while driving with her 11- month daughter. Welshhon said she and Olson had planned to raise their daughters together.

Stan Doucet stood at the intersection of McCain and JFK boulevards Thursday and visualized the last moments of his child's life.

Samantha Olson's Memorial Vigil

Samantha Olson's friend and family held a vigil in her honor Thursday, the one year anniversary of her death. Olson was shot and killed a year earlier while driving out of a Walgreen's parking lot in North Little Rock with her 11 month daughter. (By Ashley Nerbovig)
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