Police ID 3rd suspect in shootings of 2 people near Lebanon
Updated On: Mar 11 2014 05:35:11 PM CDT
Police have identified a third suspect, who remains at large, in the shootings of two people near Lebanon.
Eddie Lee Williams Jr. is being sought on two counts each of homicide and aggravated assault. He should be considered armed and dangerous, police said.
Two other people, Rick Lavar Cannon and Akeita Harden, were apprehended on the same charges Monday following the shootings of two people inside an apartment at 714 Fox Ridge Lane in South Lebanon Township around 10 a.m., police said.
One of the victims, Marcus Antonio Ortiz, was flown to Reading Hospital, where he died late Monday night; the other, Keith Crawford, was flown to Hershey Medical Center, where he remains on life support, police said.
Cannon and Harden were committed to the Lebanon County Correctional Facility without bail.
The third suspect, Williams, also goes by the following aliases: Touch, Sileem Underwood, Tyreem Lee Hanes, Swayton Smith, Tyrone Smith, Tyrell Johnson, Tyrone Jackson, Quadiir A. Jones, Marcus Williams, Aaron Williams, Tyreem Haines, and Eddie Williams, said police, adding that he also uses numerous birth dates, which give him an age range of between 33 and 39.
Williams stands 6 feet, 4 inches tall, weighs approximately 225 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information about Williams' whereabouts is asked to call South Lebanon police or the Lebanon County detectives by calling 717-272-2054.
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