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Sheriff Seeks Information on Lavanial Williams Sho...

Sheriff Seeks Information on Lavanial Williams Shooting

 

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Lavanial Williams

Lavanial Williams, 17, was shot numerous times in the 300 block of Drake Avenue in Marin City early Friday.
He died at the scene, lying on the sidewalk.
Williams, who lived with his father in Weed, CA, recently arrived in Marin City to visit his mother Yolanda Arceneaux when the fatal shooting occurred. Arceneaux was still living in the apartment at which an unknown shooter fired six shots in July.
The Marin County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the help of the community. They are currently looking for witnesses or anyone with information related to Williams’ murder.
Anyone with information may call or text information to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office Investigations cellphone at (415) 497-4245. Voice mail, text or direct contact with detectives will be accepted. This will be a 24-hour hotline.
Or call the Marin County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch at (415) 479-2311, which will be direct to a dispatcher 24-hours a day.
Callers may remain anonymous. All information will be investigated.


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