LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Police say one person was hospitalized after a shooting at a bar in west Little Rock early Monday.

Little Rock police say the shooting happened at about 1:45 a.m. at the West End Smokehouse & Tavern. According to a police report, the shooting was apparently linked to an argument that began over a game of pool.

The police report says a 28-year-old man was shot twice in the abdomen and was taken to a Little Rock hospital.

Police say the suspected shooter fled before officers arrived, and no arrests have been announced.

2 women found dead in vehicle in southwest Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Police say two women have been found dead inside a sport utility vehicle at a mobile home park in southwest Little Rock.

Lt. Dana Jackson told reporters that officers called to the scene shortly after 8 a.m. Monday found the women in an SUV parked near a mobile home that was supposed to be vacant.

Jackson said an employee of the mobile home park called police and reported seeing a woman "covered in blood" inside the vehicle.

Jackson said he could not say how long the SUV had been parked near the home.

The names of the women and how they're believed to have died has not been released.

Arkansas man pleads not guilty in deaths of deputy, 2 others

DARDANELLE, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas man accused of killing a sheriff's deputy and two other people was ordered jailed without bond Monday after entering a not-guilty plea on three charges of capital murder.

James Arthur Bowden, 42, is accused in the killings last week of Yell County Sheriff's Deputy Lt. Kevin Mainhart, 61-year-old Rita Miller and 17-year-old Ciera Miller. Family members have said the Millers were relatives of Bowden's girlfriend.

At a brief arraignment Monday, a judge issued a gag order that bars prosecutors, defense attorneys and police from speaking publicly about the case. Bowden is next due in court in July.

According to an arrest affidavit, authorities accuse Bowden of shooting Mainhart during a traffic stop, then killing Rita Miller and Ciera Miller at a nearby home about 65 miles (105 kilometers) west of Little Rock. The affidavit also said that Mainhart's pistol was missing. Police have also said that Bowden held his girlfriend hostage for five hours before surrendering.

Bowden's sister, Julie Inmon, told The Associated Press last week that her brother was mentally ill.

A visitation was held Sunday for Mainhart with a funeral planned for Monday.