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MALVERN, Ark(AP) - An Arkansas man who has been returned to jail four days after escaping is now facing a murder charge after the man he was initially accused of assaulting had died.    The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that 27-year-old Aaron Singleton was initially charged with first-degree battery and false imprisonment in connection with an attack on 40-year-old Brenun ClaytonPolice say Singleton now faces a second-degree murder charge after Clayton died Sunday of injuries resulting from the alleged attack.    Police say surveillance footage shows Singleton striking Clayton in the face, causing him to fall and seriously injure his head.    Jail reports say Singleton escaped from the Hot Spring County jail Dec3 but was recaptured Dec7 in Malvern.    Singleton is expected to appear in court Jan9It's unclear whether he has an attorney.    ___    Information from: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, http://www.arkansasonline.com(

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