LRPD: Despite Silence, Work On Anne Pressly Case Continues
Although the Little Rock Police Department has not updated the press and public about the investigation of Anne Pressly’s assault, that does not mean work has not gone on, according to a news release issued late Monday afternoon by the department.
The LRPD said it has received assistance from multiple law enforcement departments – both state and national – and remains in contact with others, according to the release.
“I recognize that the lack of daily disclosures or additional information is frustrating to the media and to members of our community,” Stuart Thomas, LRPD chief of police, said in the news release. “However, the foremost objective here is for a successful investigation leading to an arrest and conviction in this matter and the Department will conduct any releases of information with this objective solely on point.”
Thomas then asked that all complaints be directed at him.