Infant found safe after 3 killed in Arkansas home

MADISON COUNTY, Ark. — An infant is safe after being abducted from a home where three people were found dead.

The Arkansas State Police were called to investigate Tuesday after three people were killed in Madison County.

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The victims were identified as James McGhee, 59-years-old, Tami Chenoweth, 51-years-old, and Cheyene Chenoweth, 26-years-old.

During the investigation, police discovered that a child, who is less than 12 months old, was taken from the home.

Police were able to enact a statewide search after two cars were seen at the residence earlier in the day.

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State troopers found one of the cars abandoned on I-40 in Faulkner County.

Hours later, troopers found a van that matched the description of the second car seen near the crime scene.

According to Arkansas State Police, as troopers began to do a traffic stop, Hunter Chenoweth, 22-year-old, got out of the van with a rifle.

Troopers were able to arrest Hunter.

The infant was found unharmed in the van.

The driver of the van was a 25-year-old woman from DeQueen. She was questioned by state police and released.

Charges against Hunter have not been announced yet.