Monday, July 11, 2016
Jesus "Eddie" Campa needs your help in msolving an Unsolved Murder of Graylon Williams
“Mystery Monday”-Unsolved Murder of Graylon Williams
Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa and the Marshall Police Department are seeking the community’s assistance in helping solve one of Marshall’s cold cases. MPD is seeking any information related
to the murder of Graylon Williams, which occurred in January 2008.
On January 4, 2008, at approximately 10:15 p.m. Officers responded to the Sweet Stop Gas station located in the1100 block of West Grand Ave. in reference to a black male that had been
shot. Upon arrival, Officers discovered a black male, later identified as Graylon Williams, sitting in a gray colored pick-up parked in front of the gas station. Officers discovered that Williams had what appeared to be gunshot wounds. Williams was unresponsive when Officers first arrived on scene. Marshall EMS arrived on scene and transported Williams to the hospital where he later died due to his injuries. As Officers investigated the scene it was discovered that Williams was shot by an unknown person or persons in the vacant lot between the gas station and Bel-Aire
Manor apartments, which are just south of the gas station. This area is frequented by subjects walking to and from the apartment complex and gas station.
The Marshall Police Departments’ Criminal Investigations Bureau has put in many hours on this case, but has yet to come up with any informationleading to an arrest. The Investigations Bureau
asks that if anyone has information regarding this case please contact Lt.Patrick Clayton at 903-935-4546 or 903-935-4575. If you wish to remain anonymous call Marshall/Harrison County
Crime Stoppers at 903-935-9969.
Chief Campa is asking the community to help us in solving this case and bring closure to the Williams family. Chief Campa stated “Any information you have, even if you believe it’s trivial,
could be the piece of evidence we need to make an arrest. Our detectives are working tirelessly to solve not only Mr. Williams murder, but all other homicides that have occurred in the City of
Marshall. It’s time to take a stand.”