Jarrett Armond Williams, 33, of Jacksonville charged with murder in 2022, police say

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – On October 18, 2022, in response to a gunshot that was heard in the 1700 block of Cleveland Road, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office was dispatched there to investigate the situation. A murder that took place in 2022 has been linked to a man who resides in Jacksonville, who has been charged with the crime. When officers arrived, they found a victim who had been shot and was being transferred to UF Health by JFRD.

The victim was in critical condition when police arrived. Information provided by JSO indicates that the victim ultimately did not survive. Homicide detectives from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and members of the Jacksonville Police Department’s Crime Tracking Unit were quickly notified of the event and arrived at the scene to conduct their own investigations after being there. sent.

Jarrett Armond Williams, 33, was the only person authorities could positively identify as the attacker in the case. Williams was taken into custody for questioning in connection with a murder that occurred on June 16, 2023.

Following a domestic violence incident in mid-May, a Jacksonville man was arrested and charged with attempted murder. On May 26, the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office Special Victims Unit made an arrest in the case of Brian Phillip Clark, 38, of Baytree Drive in Jacksonville, as noted in a Facebook post posted by OCSO THURSDAY. On May 15, OCSO SVU began its investigation into an incident of domestic violence. The woman was taken from the site by emergency medical services and admitted to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, where she was treated for life-threatening injuries.

According to the message, the victim spent several days in the hospital before she could claim that Clark strangled her after an argument. She claims Clark grabbed her and started banging his head on the floor, then took his phone. The message continued after Clark left the stage. Someone called the sheriff’s office and the deputies came to help until the ambulances arrived. The article states that Clark was charged with a common law felony, attempted first degree murder, felony assault causing grievous bodily harm, felony assault by strangulation, common law robbery, misdemeanor assault on a woman and misdemeanor interfering with emergency communication.

On May 26, during his initial court appearance, a guaranteed bond of $150,000 was posted pending the outcome of his case. Detective E. DeCarolis can be reached at 910-455-3113, and tipsters can reach Crime Stoppers at 910-938-3273. If you have information that can help the police, Crime Stoppers can pay you up to $5,000 for it. By texting TIP4CSJAX followed by your tip to 274637 (CRIMES), you can submit information anonymously through the Text-A-Tip program. Crime Stoppers callers are never required to reveal their identity or whereabouts.

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