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June 16, 2015 -- Zachary Gibbs, 29, was arrested last week for the stabbing death of co-worker Cole Harvey, 29. 

The two worked for Grassroots Lawn Care in Conway, Arkansas. 

The media described the attack as an "argument."

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Conway Police are investigating their first homicide of the year.

LaTresha Woodruff with Conway Police said they responded to a home on Arden Lane just before midnight last night.

Upon arrival they found Cole Harvey, 29, laying in a pool of his own blood.

Police have arrested Zachary Gibbs, 29.

Mark Feener, owner of Grassroots Lawn Care in Conway, confirmed on Wednesday the two worked for him.

Police say according to witnesses, the two were arguing at work which became physical. In hopes the argument could be handled elsewhere, the witness drove Harvey and Gibbs to Gibbs' home. The two got into another fight in front of the home. The witness said when the fight stopped, the victim collapsed and the witness called 911.

Woodruff said police searched the outside of the home then found Gibbs inside with blood on his shirt. They seized knife believed to be used.

Feener said he was "devastated" to learn the news and it both were "hardworking, nice guys".

Woodruff said Conway Police arrested Rhonda Stephens on Tuesday.

Stephens was charged with tampering with evidence, Gibbs was charged with 2nd degree murder.

Woodruff said last year, there was only one homicide and only one homicide in 2013. Both of those came in June around Father's day weekend.

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