Two suspected linked to February 19 Brooken Hill gun play in custody after FSPD arrests
Fort Smith Police have arrested Jordan Lowery and Ian Cogburn as the two suspects in a shooting incident that occurred in the 2100 block of Brooken Hill Drive in the early morning hours of Sunday, Feb. 19.
Lowery and Cogburn were developed as suspects shortly following the incident. The preliminary investigation revealed that a vehicle pulled into the parking lot and the occupant(s) exchanged gunfire with an individual outside of the vehicle.
After the exchange of gunfire, the vehicle sped off heading west on Brooken Hill Drive. There were no injuries in the incident, but extensive property damage to buildings and vehicles in the neighborhood was reported.
On Feb. 21, detectives executed a search warrant on Lowery’s residence. Lowery was interviewed and arrested on charges unrelated to the shooting incident on Brooken Hill Drive.
On Feb. 22, an arrest warrant was issued for Lowery out of Crawford County for a petition to revoke his suspended sentence. The warrant was then served on Lowery at the Sebastian County jail.
Later that day, Cogburn was located and interviewed by detectives. At the conclusion of the interview, Cogburn was arrested on four counts of committing a terroristic act and booked at the Sebastian County jail.
On Feb. 23, an arrest warrant was issued for Lowery out of Sebastian County for four counts of committing a terroristic act. The warrant was then served on Lowery at the Sebastian County jail.
We would like to thank the community for assisting us in the investigation by providing tips and video surveillance from homes and businesses throughout the city.
The investigation is ongoing, and police anticipate additional arrests. More information may be released when available and appropriate.