There's a huge development in the case of missing Little Rock businessman, John Glasgow.
It's been almost 4 years since the prominent Arkansan seemingly vanished from sight. But over the past several months, KARK has been following up on tips both state and local law enforcement deemed credible enough to follow up on, as well.
One recurring lead we confirmed through several different law enforcement sources is that John Glasgow was murdered and his body buried just outside Pulaski County. One man now says he can lead law enforcement to the exact spot where Glasgow is buried and provide more information about who killed him and why.
That, we're told, has law enforcement plotting their next move in a case that until now had gone almost ice cold.
"Without his information that he has provided them, this case would be stalled and going nowhere," said Frank Shaw, a Conway attorney.
Shaw agreed to talk to KARK, only after we came to him with all we know.
Based on tips, Wednesday, we went inside the Faulkner County jail to talk with Shaw's client, Jon Brawner.
Brawner is no stranger to the law. You may remember, Conway County deputies say he was involved in an attempted kidnapping in Menifee in 2009. We saw him then, as he pleaded guilty to robbery and went to prison for a few months.
He's back behind bars now, convicted on a domestic charge involving his ex-wife. With his prior record, he could face up to 20 years in prison.
Now, he's coming forward with what he says he knows about the disappearance of Little Rock business man, John Glasgow.
Glasgow was last seen leaving his home nearly four years ago. His car was found just a few days later on Petit Jean mountain, wiped clean of any evidence.
Since then, almost no clues. Until now.
"Do you believe that Jon Brawner knows where John Glasgow is buried?" the reporter asked. "I believe that Jon Brawner has valuable information on the location and disappearance of Glasgow. He's provided that information freely to homicide [detectives], he has passed a polygraph on it that was administered to him," said Shaw.
Inside the jail, Brawner told us what he's allegedly told his attorney and law enforcement: that around 11 o'clock, on the night Glasgow disappeared, he was contacted to come help bury Glasgow's body.
He said absolutely he did not commit murder.
"Jon Brawner did not kill John Glasgow," said Frank Shaw.
Who did, why, and how: Brawner says he knows much more, but for now, wouldn't say.
"Do you think justice will be served in the disappearance of John Glasgow?" the reporter asked. "It just depends, no one has found anything yet to act on, the search continues," Shaw said.
The search will, we're told, intensify very soon.
Officially, the Little Rock police spokesperson says they cannot comment on an ongoing investigation. Multiple sources, though, have confirmed to KARK the exact location where Brawner says Glasgow's body is buried.
In fact, we're told law enforcement searched there several months ago and didn't find anything. Sources, though, say they are going back very soon to do a more extensive search.
We are not releasing that location or date of the dig, because we don't want to jeopardize this investigation.
The Glasgow family hadn't returned our attempts to reach them as of late Wednesday.
We'll of course stay with this and see what, if anything, this search turns up.