MURDER USA: Cain slew Abel and Tylek is charged with stabbing his brother Gary Williams to death

MURDER USA: Cain slew Abel and Tylek is charged with stabbing his brother Gary Williams to death

EDGEWOOD, MD. – A 15-year-old is now in jail facing first-degree murder charges for fatally stabbing his older brother.

Detectives with the Harford County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a juvenile in connection with a fatal stabbing that occurred in Belcamp on Thursday afternoon.

Tylek Dayvon Williams, 15, of Jervis Square, has been charged with the murder of his brother in Harford County Md.
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Police say that on Thursday, October 25, at approximately 2:35 p.m., deputies assigned to the Southern Precinct of the Harford County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Williams residence at 1302 Jervis Square in Belcamp for the report of a stabbing. Upon arrival, deputies located the 18-year-old male victim suffering from a stab wound to the upper body. They immediately rendered medical care until relieved by medics who transported the victim, identified as Gary Bernard Williams, of the same address, to the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center where he was later pronounced deceased.

Shortly after arrival, patrol deputies identified Tylek Dayvon Williams, 15, of 1302 Jervis Square, Belcamp, Md., and took him into custody without incident. The victim and suspect are brothers, report police. The investigation was assumed by detectives from the Harford County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division. Investigators from the Forensic Services Unit responded to the area to collect and preserve physical evidence in support of the investigation.

Preliminary information indicates the two were involved in an argument when the suspect stabbed the victim with a knife. The suspect was transported to the Criminal Investigations Division for interviewing and ordered held without bond in the Harford County Jail.

Charges of first and second-degree murder have been placed by Harford Detective D. Kramer, along with using a dangerous weapon to injure, reckless endangerment, and felony assault. Taxpayers are providing free attorneys for Williams; they are Jerri A. Peyton and Thomas Ashwell of the Bel Air office of the Public Defender.

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