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1998 Arkansas school shooter to have been killed in a car crash 20 years later

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A Missouri man who was 11 years old when he shot and killed four students and a teacher in Jonesboro, Ark., in 1998, was killed in a car crash Saturday night in Independence County, Ark., according to the state police.

The two-car crash unfolded in the area of Cave City, about 100 miles northeast of Little Rock. Drew Grant, 33, who had changed his name to Andrew Golden, was released from prison in 2007.

Daniel Little, 59, of Essex, Missouri, was driving south on Highway 167, and in a Chevy Tahoe when he drove left of the center line and hit Grant’s Honda CRV, around 9 a.m., investigators said.

Petty is dead. An Ambulance rushed the three other people to hospitals in Little Rock, and Batesville, in accordance with the KAIT, and the state of the police, a preliminary review of the crash. The terms and conditions of the injured people were unknown.

Convicted Westside Middle School shooter Andrew Golden, 13, is escorted from a back door of the Craighead County Courthouse in Jonesboro, Ark., in April, 2000. (Rodney Freeman/The Jonesboro Sun, via AP, File

Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler told KAIT that a talent of Gold “were one and the same.”

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Golden and Mitchell Johnson, 11, and 13 at the time, that is, they have a fire alarm at the Westside Middle School in Jonesboro. As the children and teachers were evacuated, and they shot and killed four people, including a 12-year-olds, the Series of Herring, and Stephanie Johnson; 11-year-olds, Brittney Varner and Natalie Brooks; and a teacher, Shannon Wright.

In 2017, when a judge is presiding over a lawsuit filed by the families of the victims and awarded them $150 million in damages.

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Golden and Johnson were tried as minors, are expected to remain in custody until the age of 21 years of age, in accordance with the Present law, in the course of time. Johnson was released in 2005, and Golden was released in the year 2007. Because they were tried as minors, and their files were closed.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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