Chief Ranger for Ark. Dept. of Parks & Tourism shot to death

The Chief Ranger for Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism was shot to death Sunday morning. 

Shortly before noon, Pulaski County deputies were called to reports of a shooting at a home on the 23000 block of Highway 300 in western Pulaski County. 

According to Pulaski County Sheriff's Department spokesman Lt. Chris Ameling, deputies found Chief Ranger Jerry Digman shot to death at that location. 

Lt. Ameling said a warrant is being sought to continue the investigation and no suspects are in custody. 

KATV News has a crew on the scene and will have the latest information as it becomes available. 

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