A suspect has been indicted in the murder of Denver Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams.
(Willie Clark [L], charged in the murder of Darrent Williams [R])
The DENVER POST reports that Willie Clark was named in a 39-count indictment on Wednesday, including two charges of first-degree murder, for the shooting death of Williams outside a Denver nightclub on New Year’s Day 2007.
Police say that Clark was riding in a white Chevrolet Tahoe that what used in the drive-by shooting. While riding in a limo, Williams was shot in the neck, “killing him almost instantly.” Another young man & woman were wounded in the attack.
The Tahoe belonged to suspected gang member Brian Kenneth Hicks, an associate of Clark’s. Hicks was in Denver County Jail on an unrelated charge at the time of the shooting.
Clark became a prime suspect in the death of the Broncos DB after a letter he supposedly written in jail was intercepted & sent to the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS.
With these newest developments in the Williams shooting case, it may bring some measure of closure to Darrent’s friend & damaged receiver Javon Walker.