HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) — Garland County authorities say a man wanted in the 2011 death of a police dispatcher has been arrested in Colorado.

Sheriff’s Lt. James Martin says Kevin Duck was arrested without incident Tuesday in the Burlington, Colo., area. Details of the arrest were not released.

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Duck was charged Monday with first-degree murder in the December 2011 death of his girlfriend — 46-year-old Hot Springs Village police dispatcher Dawna Natzke.

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Natzke disappeared Dec. 21, 2011, after leaving a holiday party with Duck. Her body was found on New Year’s Eve by volunteer searchers.

Duck told authorities at the time that he and Duck went home from the party and that she was gone when he awoke the next morning. She was reported missing on Dec. 23 after failing to report for work.

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