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BPD names suspect in woman's murder

Billy Dee Williams (Source: Blytheville Police Dept.) Billy Dee Williams (Source: Blytheville Police Dept.)
BLYTHEVILLE, AR (KAIT) -

Police are searching for a man suspected in a shooting that sent 11 people to the hospital and left a young woman dead.

The Blytheville Police Department says Billy Dee Williams, 27, is wanted in connection with the death of 20-year-old Adline King.

Williams is accused in the August 8 shooting at a house in the 800-block of Anderson Street.

Eleven others were also injured in the shooting. Four were taken to a Memphis hospital with serious injuries.

Williams is described as being 5'9" and weighing 160 pounds. Police say he should be considered "armed and dangerous."

Anyone with information on Williams’ whereabouts are urged to contact the BPD at 870-763-4411 or the hotline at 870-762-2677.

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