An Arkansas man was found with gunshot wounds to his chest. Now, police say his brother-in-law is responsible and faces a murder charge.
Early in the evening on Oct. 31, police said they responded to a disturbance at a home in West Helena, Arkansas.
Once on the scene, officials said they found 48-year-old Joe Clayton on the ground with a gunshot wound to his chest.
Clayton was taken to Helena Regional Medical Center but later died from his injuries, according to authorities.
Tate is the brother-in-law of Clayton and now faces a second-degree murder charge in his death, police said. Authorities have not detailed what led to the shooting.
He is being held at the Phillips County Detention Center on a $500,000 bond, authorities said.