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07-14-2016, 11:41 AM
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Family: Sonic Worker Shot 6 Times in LR (http://www.arkansasmatters.com/news/local-news/family-sonic-worker-shot-6-times-in-lr)

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A worker at a local Sonic restaurant injured in a Wednesday night incident was shot six times, according to her family.
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The shooting victim has been identified as Olivia "Liv" Stanage, 20.

"Liv is hanging on. She is a tough kiddo. We are looking at surgery today," Stanage's mother posted Thursday on Facebook as she prepared to board a flight from the U.S. Virgin Islands to Florida and then Arkansas.

Stanage suffered "6 total gunshot wounds. 4 to the chest," her mother posted, adding that "EVERY SINGLE major organ & vessel was missed." She was stable at last report.

http://www.newnation.org/Images/2016/suspect.gifhttp://www.newnation.org/Images/2016/suspect.gifhttp://www.newnation.org/Images/2016/suspect.gifPolice continue their search for three suspects in the case and the tan Cadillac Deville they drove off in after the shooting on Chenal Parkway. The police report gave these descriptions of the suspects: all were black males 20-25 years old, one wearing a black t-shirt, and another wearing a white t-shirt. No clothing description on third suspect. The weapon was described as a handgun.

The family issued this statement Thursday afternoon:
Last night, Olivia was working as a carhop at the Sonic on Chenal. Three individuals pulled up in a car as customers and for reasons unknown to the family shot her several times.

Olivia is presently in critical condition at a local hospital. The motivation behind the crime is unknown. The family is gathered together and praying for her recovery. The family asks that their privacy be respected at this difficult time. The family anticipates making a later statement once additional information is obtained.

The family asks that any person(s) that have any knowledge concerning this crime contact Detective Tommy Hudson at the Little Rock Police Department, (501) 371-4636. - Patrick R. James, Family Spokesperson