Family demands answers on sons meningitis death
A grand jury in Baltimore indicted three men on Wednesday in the death of 20-year-old Anthony H. « Tony » Williams III, a University of Maryland student who allegedly died last weekend.
The indictment unsealed in federal court on Wednesday accuses the men of conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit armed robbery and conspiracy to possess firearm during the commission of a violent crime.
Williams’ father, Tony Williams III, told investigators that he did not know of the family’s plans for Tony, whom he met at a summer house camp after his sister graduated from college, his attorney said더킹카지노.
The family’s attorney, Daniel C. Murphy, filed a motion to dismiss the indictment and the federal case that charged two other men. That motion was denied.
The attorney for the family, Richard E. Dauber III, declined to comment to The Washington Post.
The natyasastra.comindictment also charged Kenneth « Buddy » McBride, 21, with conspiring with David D. Williams, 20, to kill Williams. Williams was hit with a gun and beaten in the head, prosecutors alle바카라ged in court papers, according to investigators.
« I have never been more proud of my son, brother and son-in-law, Tony, » Tony Williams III told investigators. « I pray for them. Tony will be forever gone from this earth. »
The indictment also names the men as David N. Williams III, 22, of Laurel, Virginia; and Jason David Williams Jr., 22, of Baltimore, both of whom are from Fort Myers, Florida. David Williams was convicted last year of stealing from a woman’s credit card, authorities allege.
The men also are charged in a separate federal case in Virginia, with conspiracy to commit robbery with a firearm, according to an indictment unsealed this week.
Prosecutors said Tony Williams, with the support of his father, called to say his father had died, « I didn’t mean to, » prosecutors wrote in the indictment.
A call from the house Williams grew up in at a youth camp was recorded by a neighbor, but authorities have yet to identify who made the call or the man who made the call, authorities said.
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Investigators also did not identify the victim who died. The Baltimore City Police Department’s medical examiner ruled Williams’ death as a homicide, according to the charging papers, but an autopsy i