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Suspect Arrested in Murder of Man at Reno Cal-Neva

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Daniel Patrick Archuleta Daniel Patrick Archuleta

Reno police have arrested a murder suspect in the severe beating death of a man found at a downtown hotel-casino.
 
Investigators say they 54-year-old Daniel Patrick Archuleta into custody Friday afternoon. He's accused of killing 65-year-old Larry King.
 
Police say Archuleta was with the victim the night before he was found badly beaten at the Cal-Nevada hotel on June 7. He spent several days in the intensive care unit at a Reno hospital before he died on June 13.
 
Police say they pieced together enough information to serve Archuleta with the arrest warrant. He's being held without bail in the Washoe County jail on suspicion of murder.
 
The investigation is continuing. Anyone with information is asked to call Reno police at 775-334-2115 or Secret Witness at 322-4900.  (AP)

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