Retired Moss Point Educator Stabbed 50 Times


According to Jackson County Deputy Coroner Jason Moody, 64-year-old Willie C. Williams was stabbed more than 50 times.
Officials say Williams’ body was found more than a day after he was killed. Friends found the 64-year-old retired educator dead at his home on Charles Street Friday afternoon. When they walked through the door, they found Williams on the floor with multiple stab wounds.
Marshalle Rush, a friend of the victims, said, “He never looked down upon anybody. Never. Whoever did this, may God have mercy on your soul. It’s not right. I don’t care who you are. Go ahead and just turn yourself in and make it easy for everybody else, because whoever is involved, you’re wrong.”
Moss Point police are in the process of following several suspect leads, but no arrests have been made so far.

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