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South Carolina man jailed on murder-related charges accused of second homicide after he writes letter: police

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Source: MEGA: Rock Hill police

Feb. 11 2022, Published 4:12 p.m. ET

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A man in South Carolina already in custody as a suspect in a murder was charged with a second slaying after he recently wrote about it in a letter, an arrest warrant states.

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Jamie Gavantay Williams, 25, had been incarcerated on murder-related charges in the York County jail in connection to the fatal shooting of a 32-year-old man in November.

On Feb. 10, Rock Hill Police Department Lt. Michael Chavis confirmed Williams is now suspected in a second killing — the Aug. 31 fatal shooting of Antwan Agurs outside an apartment building, The Herald reported.

According to the warrant, Williams recently wrote a letter that allegedly contained previously unreleased details about Agurs’ murder. Police did not publicly release what those alleged details may have included.

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The warrant also claims Williams was wearing a GPS ankle monitor because of an unrelated arrest that allegedly shows he was in the area around the time Agurs was shot.

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The 30-year-old victim died from his injuries on Sept. 8.

Police have charged Williams with Agurs’ murder as well as possession of a weapon during a violent crime, and unlawful carrying of a pistol.

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He was transported from the Moss Justice Center in York to Rock Hill jail and was being held without bond.

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Source: MEGA: Rock Hill police
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