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Update: Search Ends for Third Suspect in Pinnacle Mountain Incident

Mark Anthony Wyrick, 52, of North Little Rock, is third suspect in case.
Update (August 21):
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A suspect who ran from law enforcement following an officer-involved shooting at Pinnacle Mountain State Park on Tuesday has been found at a local hospital.

The Arkansas State Police (ASP) says Mark Anthony Wyrick, 52, of North Little Rock, who checked himself in last night, remains hospitalized and will be taken into custody by the ASP after being released by doctors.

John Nutt, 46, of Little Rock and Martinaze Ingram, 26, of Little Rock, are being held by the ASP.

Special agents of the ASP are continuing to investigate the incident.

Upon completion of their investigation, a case file will be submitted to the prosecuting attorney for consideration of any charges.

Update (August 20, 8:30 p.m.)
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Arkansas State Police are searching for an Arkansas State Parks truck that was allegedly stolen during this afternoon's incident at Pinnacle Mountain State Park.

The vehicle license is 226PSM and is red with white letters.

The truck is a white, Ford F-250, Super Duty pickup with a yellow and green Arkansas State Parks logo on the sides.

6:00 p.m. Update:
Law enforcement agencies are searching for a suspect after an officer-involved shooting at Pinnacle Mountain State Park.

At 3:15 Tuesday afternoon, two park rangers were on stakeout on East Summit Trail due to a higher volume of vehicle break-ins in the area.

While on the stakeout, the park rangers heard glass breaking and approached the area with their weapons drawn.

The rangers approached three men in a truck and tried to detain them for the alleged break-in, when the driver tried to drive across Pinnacle Valley Road and tried to hit one of the rangers. The other park ranger then fired his weapon one time, causing the driver to hit a tree.

The driver then got out and ran, while the two passengers were arrested and taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

Police say they believe the driver ran through the woods to the park maintenance building, where he reportedly stole a park pickup.

Law enforcement are currently searching for the white park pickup with a State Park logo on the side.

The park rangers did not suffer any injuries.

Original Story:
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Arkansas State Police (ASP) says there has been an officer-involved shooting at Pinnacle Mountain State Park.

According to ASP, they have been asked to assist in the search for a suspect who fled the area, and is believed to be wounded.

There are suspects in custody, but ASP did not specify how many.

There is currently no word on how many people are involved or if there are any injuries.

The ASP Criminal Investigation Division has been called to assist in the investigation.

ArkansasMatters.com will have more information as this story develops.
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