October 13, 2008 Seminole County Grand Jury Indicts Five People Williams, Jackson, McKinnon, Thorton, and Holley

The Seminole County Grand Jury issued indictments Tuesday charging five counts of first-degree premeditated murder against five individuals in three separate cases. In the first case, Willie Jacari Williams, 22, is accused of shooting Shane Ellis after knocking on Ellis' door at 249 Afton Square, Apt. 209, Altamonte Springs, on July 8. The jury charged Williams with the first-degree murder, attempted burglary of a structure, and shooting into a building. Williams remains in the Seminole County Jail.

In the second case, Donte Jerron Jackson, 29, is accused of shooting Jeremy Alexander Hodges-Goodson, 21, on Sept. 6 at the intersection of Peach Tree Lane and Jackson Street in Altamonte Springs. Jackson was also charged with attempted first-degree premeditated murder and shooting into an occupied vehicle. He also is in custody.

In the third case, Relicia Antottet McKinnon, 21, Anterious Deshawn Thornton, 18, and Anthony Eugene Holley Jr., 21, were indicted for the first-degree murder charge in the death of Kelsey Poitier, 23, on Sept. 17. They were also charged with shooting into an occupied vehicle. The attack took place in the street outside the Castlebrewer Court Housing Complex in Sanford. All of the individuals are in custody.

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