VIDEO: Police finally arrest young black man, Reginald James Williams, who threatened to shoot and kill white people in Memphis as he gets inspired by Ezekiel Kelly KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, September 10, 2022

VIDEO: Police finally arrest young black man, Reginald James Williams, who threatened to shoot and kill white people in Memphis as he gets inspired by Ezekiel Kelly

Reginald James Williams, who's inspired by Ezekiel Kelly and vowed to shoot white people, has been charged with commission of act of terrorism, civil rights intimidation, and other offenses.

Williams has FIVE prior arrests and will likely spend his 19th birthday today in jail. Memphis police are searching for two black males threatening to kill white people.

"He already shot a white old man. I'm fixin' to shoot a white old lady while her grandkids in the car."

Mentioned: Eliza Fletcher, "racism," and going "Zeek mode," aka mass shooter Ezekiel Kelly. It has been confirmed that one of the victims murdered during the #Memphis mass shooting spree by suspect Ezekiel Kelly is a nurse named Allison Parker. She was shot dead in front of her daughter during a carjacking.

Kelly has a violent criminal record, with police linking him to eight different incidents and warned terrified members of the public to stay away from him.

The teenager had been jailed in 2021 after pleading guilty to aggravated assault, despite earlier being charged with attempted murder, and was released early from his three-year sentence.

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland slammed the courts for the decision, saying that had he served his full sentence then 'four of our fellow citizens would still be alive.'

He was described as being 'armed and dangerous' by police, with Police Chief Cerelyn Davis describing it as a 'horrific week' for the city.

He appeared in court in Memphis, Tennessee, today dressed in blue issued prison uniform, charged with one count of first-degree murder. 

The judge informed him that he could be facing the death penalty for the charges, but the hearing was adjourned for him to be assigned a public defender. 

Kelly only spoke to confirm that he would not be able to afford an attorney and will require a public defender.  

A devastated daughter of one of this victims has blasted the violence on the rise in Memphis, with Kelly streaming the slayings on Facebook. 

Nurse Allison Parker, 38, was shot dead as Kelly carjacked her Toyota SUV in an attempt to flee police, with her daughter Ariana, 20 witnessing her mother’s death.

She posted on Instagram saying: ‘Watched my own momma die in front of me. F*** this city.’

A GoFundMe for the mother-of-three’s children has been set up, which states that the trio are now orphans after the shooting Parker and the loss of their father two years ago.

Kelly is believed to have started his rampage at around 12:56am, shooting and killing Dewayne Tunstall, 24, who was reportedly a friend of his in his driveway on Glendale Avenue.

Tunstall had been visiting friends with Kelly pulled him to the side and drew a black handgun, shooting him several times in the head with a black handgun.

Ezekiel Kelly, 19, launched his alleged rampage just before 1am on Wednesday and terrorized the city for 22 hours, killing four people and injuring three others.

Memphis Police, Homeland Security, and FBI officers have apprehended Reginald James Williams, a five-time repeat arrestee. Williams is now facing serious felony charges plus two misdemeanors.



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