Khari Williams Pleads Guilty to Voluntary Manslaughter While Armed

Khari Williams pleaded guilty Friday to voluntary manslaughter while armed in the December 2012 shooting death of Angelo Payne. He faces up to 30 years in prison for his charge. In February 2013, Williams rejected a plea offer that would have given him a maximum of 18 years in prison on second-degree murder charges. Police … Read more →

Khari Williams Indicted in Murder of Angelo Payne

Khari Williams was arraigned Thursday on charges of first-degree murder while armed, and two related weapons offenses in connection with the shooting death of 23-year-old Angelo Payne. Williams pleaded innocent to all charges, and a status hearing has been scheduled for September 4. Payne was found December 30, 2012 at around 12:00 a.m. on the … Read more →

Judge Finds Substantial Probability in Case Against Khari Williams

Judge Lynn Leibovitz ordered Khari Williams held Friday on suspicion of first-degree murder while armed. Leibovitz determined that there was substantial probability in the case against Williams, a student at Anacostia High School, is suspected of fatally shooting Angelo Payne Dec. 30. According to charging documents in the case, police arrested Williams, 18, after witnesses … Read more →

Khari Williams Arrested in Shooting Death of Angelo Payne

Judge Karen Howze ordered Khari Williams held at D.C. Jail Wednesday, a day after police arrested him on suspicion of killing Angelo Payne Dec. 30. Williams is charged with Murder I while armed in connection with Payne’s death. Payne’s homicide was the District’s last murder of 2012. Prosecutors say Williams, who turned 18 Wednesday, killed … Read more →

Khari Natron Williams

Pleaded guilty in the Dec. 30, 2012, death of Angelo Alphonso Payne.