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Murder suspects in court

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Two 18-year-old men remain in the Dougherty County Jail charged with murdering a woman at a northwest Albany apartment complex last week.  

Police haven't said who the suspected triggerman is in the murder of 31-year-old Kiki Williams, but over the weekend investigators gathered enough evidence to charged 18-year-olds Tye Revills and Emory Jones with her murder.  

Both Revills and Jones were in court Monday as a judge read their charges. Revills was formally charges Sunday on charges of murder, robbery, and theft by taking. Last Friday police named him a person of interest less than 24 hours after Williams was gunned down at the WestWind Apartments on Dawson Road.  

Emory Jones is facing the same charges as Revills. He was formally charged Saturday but was back in court Monday morning on an additional felony charge of theft by receiving.  

On Sunday dozens gathered at a candlelight vigil to remember Williams in the courtyard of the apartment complex where she died from apparent gunshot wound to the head.  

Detectives have not said what relationship Revills and Jones had with the victim or a motive.  

Both men are being held without bond.

 

 

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