An arrest has been made Saturday night in connection with the murders of an Arkadelphia man and his two step-daughters.
Riakos Lizana,19, of Arkadelphia was taken into custody by Arkansas State Police SWAT Officers about 9:30 PM at an Arkadelphia apartment complex.
Through combined efforts of the Arkansas State Police, Clark County Sheriff's Office and the Arkadelphia Police Department, authorities gathered enough evidence to make an arrest of Lizana on charges of capital murder.
According to Sheriff Jason Watson, the arrest was made without incident.
Arkansas State Police report Lizana will make his first appearance in court next week.
State and local authorities are trying to piece together a gruesome murder scene in Arkadelphia where the bodies of two children and their father were discovered Thursday night.
The bodies were found inside the family's home in the 1000 block of South 11th Street around 8 p.m. Thursday.
Arkansas State Police have taken over the investigation.
An infant was also found inside the home, according to the Arkadelphia Siftings Herald. The baby was uninjured.
According to a police report, Arkadelphia Police responded to a 911 call shortly after 8 Thursday night.
Anna Galbraith apparently came home to find her husband, 40-year-old Bobby "Chino" Galbraith along with her two daughters, 6-year-old Adiele Crutchfield and her sister, 4-year-old Marley Crutchfield dead inside the home.
According to neighbors, Galbraith was a well-known tattoo artist.