County music singer Mindy McCready committed suicide Sunday in Heber Springs, according to numerous reports.
The Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office released a statement that said deputies responded to a report of gunshots at approximately 3:31 p.m. Sunday at McCready’s house on Fox Chase Drive. Officers found McCready’s body on the front porch when they arrived at 3:58, the statement said.
McCready had a single gunshot wound to her head. Her body was sent to the Arkansas State Crime Lab for an autopsy.
McCready was 37. She had a No. 1 hit for “Guys Do It All the Time” in 1996 but has battled legal and substance abuse problems in recent years.
McCready had two sons, Zander and Zayne. Her boyfriend, David Wilson, was found dead in January of a gunshot wound.