High Point police arrest seventh person in connection to killing of innocent bystander
HIGH POINT, N.C. — High Point police, along with the U.S. Marshals, have arrested a seventh person in connection with the murder of Dennis Williams in February.
Adriel Jaamar Perez, 18, of High Point, is charged with accessory after the fact to a felony.
Two unnamed juveniles had already been arrested along with 18-year-old Dominiq Marquan Deloach and 20-year-old Dontrelle Lamont Jenkins. All four face charges including homicide.
Police say on Feb. 26, Michael Moore ran across Hamilton Street from his residence after people started shooting into his house, attempting to break in.
Moore’s neighbor, Williams, opened his door, but the suspects followed. Police say they hit the wrong man, shooting and killing Williams in front of his wife.
Williams was an innocent bystander, police said.
Moore is charged for allegedly having marijuana in his house with the intent to sell.
Rolicia Athea Davis, 20, was also charged in the case, accused of filing a false police report. Police said the suspects used her car the night of the murder.