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Five now charged with motel murder

Jalisa Williams (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department) Jalisa Williams (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department)
Latahdrick Perkins (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department) Latahdrick Perkins (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department)
Nayman Gilchrist (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department) Nayman Gilchrist (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department)
Jerome Adams (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department) Jerome Adams (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department)
Sebestian Fitzpatrick (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department) Sebestian Fitzpatrick (Photo Courtesy: Montgomery Police Department)

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Late Thursday afternoon the Montgomery Police Department charged two more suspects in the Tuesday murder of a Montgomery man bringing the total to five.

The orginal three suspects included 19 year-old Jalisa Williams of 915 S. Jackson Street, 19 year-old Latahdrick Perkins of 2600 Woodley Park Drive and 19 year-old Nayman Gilchrist of 5301 Cathy Drive.

The two additional suspects are Jerome Adams, 18 years of age of 4423 Yorkshire Drive and Sebestian Fitzpatrick, 21 years of age of 341 West Jeff Davis Avenue.

Each is charged with Capital Murder in the death of Demetrius Miller. Miller, 39, was found shot to death at the Town Plaza Motel on Madison Avenue Tuesday evening. The motel is just one block away from police headquarters.

Investigators say robbery was the motive.

Williams, Perkins, Gilchrist, Adams and Fitzpatrick were all placed into the Montgomery County Detention Facility.

They are being held without bond.

 

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