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Thursday, March 6, 2008

Inciting a riot

Posted By on Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 10:21 AM

In re the shootout in Boyle Park, that's the charge in the case of one of the brawlers.

LRPD NEWS RELEASE

1.              2008- 21069 – INCITING A RIOT, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

SUSPECT – KELLIEE WILLIAMS, B/F, 12-26-1989, 2703 W. 11TH

VICTIM – TASHAUNA WILLIAMS, B/F, 12-18-1988, 901 S. RICE

INCIDENT DATE/ TIME – 2-26-2008 AT 1517 HOURS

INCIDENT LOCATION – 3101 BOYLE PARK

ARREST DATE/TIME – 3-5-2008 AT 1000 HOURS

ARREST LOCATION – 700 W. MARKHAM

On 2-26-2008 officers responded to 3101 Boyle Park in reference to a shooting.  Contact was made with several victims and witnesses who advised that a fight had broken out between Tashauna Williams and Kelliee Williams.  After the fight Kelliee came back with her mother, Lisa Davidson.  Both were armed with crowbars and began threatening and chasing Tashauna.  A subject then fired shots into the crowd striking several victims.  Warrants were obtained for both Kelliee and Davidson. 

On 3-5-2008 Kelliee Williams turned herself in at the Downtown Detective Division and was served the warrants for Inciting a Riot and Aggravated Assault.  Davidson had not been located at this time.

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