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Sealed envelope appears in Dixson murder case file

A sealed envelope is now among many other items contained in the case file of alleged killer Jamarris Williams. The file, kept at the office of clerk of court Frank Abbot, contains multiple other documents including indictments, warrants, witness lists, etc. Now it contains a manila envelope sealed shut with tape. A small label notes that the file is not to be opened without an order from Judge Bill Fears who is presiding over the case. Williams allegedly summoned the cab of John Dixson, stabbed Dixson in the throat and left him to die in a southeast Lamar County ravine on March 16, 2012. He is charged with malice murder, three counts felony murder, armed robbery, two counts aggravated assault and hijacking a motor vehicle. Williams is represented by public defender Douglas Smith. Williams is scheduled to be in court here Dec. 16 for a 1 p.m. hearing on pretrial motions before Judge Fears. His trial will begin in February in Monroe County.

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