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story.lead_photo.caption Zachary Nicholas Harlan

SPRINGDALE -- Police arrested a Springdale man late Monday night they said is connected to a suspicious death, according to a news release.

Police found Zachary Nicholas Harlan, 33, at a home in Seligman, Mo., and arrested him without incident, according to the release.

Harlan was being held Tuesday afternoon in the Barry County, Mo., jail in Cassville on a parole violation with pending charges for a May 5 battery in Springdale, police said. No date has been set for an extradition hearing, according to the Barry County Circuit Clerk's Office.

He's also wanted in connection to the death of his roommate at 2960 Moulton Lane in Springdale. Police went to check on a man who didn't show up to work Monday and found him dead at 1:36 p.m. at the Moulton Lane address.

Police haven't released the name of the dead man.

Harlan was previously found guilty in March 2015 of manufacturing a controlled substance, in November 2010 of two counts of battery and of other earlier drug-related charges, according to court records.

The U.S. Marshals Service and the Barry County Sheriff's Office assisted in Harlan's arrest, Springdale police said.

NW News on 05/16/2018

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