A man who police believe killed a 3-year-old boy in an apparent fit of road rage was arrested in Little Rock, Ark., Thursday night.
Gary Holmes, 33, of Little Rock, was arrested Thursday night in the Acen King case.
Police said Acen was on a shopping trip with his grandmother December 17 when he was struck by gunfire.
Gary Eugene Holmes entered the plea Friday morning, about 12 hours after he turned himself in at police headquarters in connection with the December 17 death of Acen King.
King-Macon, with Acen King and a 1-year-old riding in the backseat, stopped at a stop sign and "sat there for a few minutes", the affidavit said.
KATV reports that Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola told ABC News that a family member had turned in the suspect.
When she pulled into the nearby parking lot of J.C. Penney, King-Macon told police she went to get Acen out of the auto and realized he was not responsive and had been shot.
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An Arkansas man has been arrested for last Saturday's fatal alleged road rage shooting of a toddler.
"I was at the stop sign and the guy blew a horn at me and I blew it back, and he shot, but I thought it was in the air", King-Macon described in a 911 call released by police.
"When they got to Penny's, she realized the child had been shot", McClanahan says.
King-Macon was unaware that her grandson had been hit and continued driving for 10 miles to a J. C. Penney. He has been charged with two counts of a terroristic act and one count of Capital Murder.
"That's what you get for following me around", Holmes said when he got back in the vehicle, according to his girlfriend, who was not named in court documents.
Police accuse Holmes of firing his gun into a vehicle driven by Acen's grandmother. Acen was rushed to the hospital, where he died. "He shot at the auto!" "This case went to the forefront", Kaplan said.
As of now the Little Rock Police Department have not disclosed the identity of the suspect in custody.