Conway PD look for attempted murder suspect in shooting

 Conway PD look for attempted murder suspect in shooting


Durham police are investigating a fatal two-vehicle crash that happened Sunday evening on T.W. Alexander Drive at Wind River Parkway.

Durham police are investigating a fatal two-vehicle crash that happened Sunday evening on T.W. Alexander Drive at Wind River Parkway.

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Police are looking for a suspect after a shooting in Conway.

Authorities have arrest warrants for Antwan Serico Davis on attempted murder and other unspecified charges.

The Conway Police Department did not provide any details about the shooting besides stating that it is an attempted murder investigation and that the incident happened within city limits, according to a news release. Police did not say when the shooting happened.

Davis was last seen driving a white 2015 Kia Rio with a South Carolina license plate. The plate is TQX 791, according to the news release. Jail records from a previous arrest show that Davis is 36 and from Conway.

Conway police consider Davis to be armed and dangerous and advise people not to approach him.

Records show that Davis had been in jail recently. Davis was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center on Feb. 16 and charged with domestic violence, according to the jail’s website. He was released from jail later that day after posting his $2,500 bond.

Police have urged anyone who sees Davis or his car to call the Conway Police Department at 843-248-1790 or dial 911.

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Jenna Farhat is a reporter covering the South Strand. She has served as the managing editor and the news editor of The Sunflower, an independent, student-run newspaper covering Wichita State University. During her time there, she won several Kansas Collegiate Media awards for her investigative reporting and for feature writing. While she served as managing editor, The Sunflower won awards from the Associated College Press and the Kansas Sunshine Coalition for Open Government. She has been with The Sun News since 2020. She was born in Ohio and grew up in Wichita, Kansas. She is fluent in Arabic.





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