Police: Alleged kidnapper/murderer is armed and dangerous

Donald 'Donnie' Hux, left, is being sought by authorities in the kidnapping of his ex-wife, Amy Huckabee, right, early this morning from Arkadelphia, Ark. Hux is also believed to have shot Huckabee's husband, Sandy, to death in the couple's Arkadelphia home. Authorities say Hux is considered armed and dangerous.

Authorities in Union and Clark Counties are seeking information on the whereabouts of Donald ‘Donnie’ Hux, age 36. Hux is believed to have shot and killed Sandy Huckabee, of Arkadelphia, and kidnapped Huckabee’s wife, Amy, who is Hux’s ex-wife, from the couple’s home on Forrest Park in Arkadelphia early this morning. Hux is described as 6 feet tall and weighing 200 pounds. Hux  is being sought on charges of capital murder, kidnapping, possession of a firearm by certain persons and aggravated residential burglary. He is considered armed and dangerous, and was last seen driving a tan colored extended cab Chevrolet Z71 pickup truck, license plate number 487-MDZ, according to authorities with the Union County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities discourage individuals from attempting to approach the vehicle – call authorities right away if you see the vehicle or Hux. Some reports indicate that the couple’s three children were taken by Hux to the home of one of his relatives in El Dorado early this morning; Amy Huckabee, however, is believed to still be with Hux.

You may find more information and photos pertaining to this case at the following sites:

Banner-News Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/BannerNewsMagnolia

El Dorado News-Times Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/ElDoradoNewsTimes?ref=ts

Arkadelphia Daily Siftings Herald Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Daily-Siftings-Herald/103094149767409?ref=ts

To contact authorities in Union County, call (870) 864-1970. To contact authorities in Clark County, call (870) 246-2222 or (870) 246-4545. To contact authorities in Columbia County, call (870) 234-5655. You may also reach authorities by calling 911.


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