Son of deputy from neighboring county accused of killing sheriff

Son of deputy from neighboring county accused of killing sheriff

The son of a deputy at the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama was charged with murder on Monday in the killing of the sheriff of Lowndes County. William Johnson, 18, was charged with fatally shooting Sheriff John Williams Saturday night after the sheriff responded to a call at a gas station in Hayneville, Ala. The two allegedly had an argument over loud music in Johnson’s pick up truck.

Chris
Chris
Young Conservative
Young Conservative 4 months

RIP. Whatever your political beliefs we can all agree that Sheriff Williams was a great example to his community and the country at large. The way to improve the police, correct it's image problem and unite the nation is to get more men like him in the force, so communities know the police aren't out to get them, but to support them. Hope the prosecution pursue the harshest sentence possible.

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