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Wife Accused of Murdering Dacusville Husband For Insurance Money

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The Pickens Sheriff says that have taken two people into custody and they will be charged in the murder of 38 year-old Shane Williams. The Pickens Sheriff says that have taken two people into custody and they will be charged in the murder of 38 year-old Shane Williams.
Crystal Gail Williams and Marcus Channing Johnson are both charged with murder and criminal conspiracy to commit murder in the death of Shane Williams. Crystal Gail Williams and Marcus Channing Johnson are both charged with murder and criminal conspiracy to commit murder in the death of Shane Williams.

The Pickens Sheriff says Crystal Gail Williams is charged with murdering her husband 38 year-old Shane Williams Sunday morning in Dacusville.

The sheriff says she murdered him for the insurance policy. Williams and Marcus Channing Johnson are both charged with murder and criminal conspiracy to commit murder. Johnson is also charged with possession of a weapon in a violent crime.

Chief Deputy Creed Hashe of the sheriff's department said that deputies responded to a home on Devon Court at 3:45 Sunday morning after receiving a call about a shooting.

When deputies arrived they found a man Williams dead from gunshot wounds.

According to Hashe, Williams' wife and a small child were inside the residence and told deputies that they were awakened by sounds that appeared to be gunshots.

Moments later they discovered Williams lying on the floor with no signs of forced entry.

Neither Williams' wife or the child were injured, Hashe said.

If anyone has any information about the shooting they are asked to contact Pickens County Crimestoppers at 1-800-442-CRIME or 898-KOPS.

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