According to the Little Rock Public Relations Manager, Anthony Toombs was fired from his temporary job with the Public Works Department on Friday.
Toombs is no longer a City of Little Rock employee.
Update: (August 29, 3:41 p.m.)
According to Little Rock police, Anthony Toombs has turned himself in and is charged with first-degree murder.
Original Story: (August 22)
Little Rock homicide detectives are searching for a man wanted for first-degree murder.
Officials say they are looking for 37-year-old Anthony Donnell Toombs, who is wanted in connection to a murder that occurred on Sunday.
Toombs is the suspect who shot and killed Eddie Larkin in the 1600 block of Brown, and he is known to frequent the Midtown area of Little Rock including 13th and Woodrow and Booker Street, police say.
His last-known address was in the 2200 block of Bragg in Little Rock, and his vehicle is described as a 90s Grey Dodge Ram pickup with a possible red stripe and unknown tags.
Toombs stands 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs an estimated 215 pounds.
Police say Toombs is possibly armed with a revolver and unknown type of rifle, and although is aware detectives are looking for him, has stated that he will not go to jail.
He is considered dangerous.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact the Little Rock Homicide Division at 501-371-4784.