James Jabbar Williams was apprehended in Savannah, GA by U.S. Marshals for November 6 shooting incident at the Tiger Express on St. Helena Island.
Information provided by a citizen on the whereabouts of wanted subject, 43-year-old James Jabbar Williams, led the U.S. Marshals Service to Savannah, Georgia. On Thursday morning, November 30, U.S. Marshals located and arrested Williams at an apartment complex off of East Victory Drive for the Attempted Murder and Possession of a Weapon in the Commission of a Violent Crime warrants that had been obtained by Sheriff’s Office investigators regarding the November 6, Tiger Express shooting incident on St. Helena Island.
Williams was transported to the Chatham County Detention Center, where he was incarcerated. Williams is expected to be brought to Beaufort County following his extradition hearing.
Another man involved in the Tiger Express incident, 41-year-old Jermaine Sharodd Gadson, had turned himself in to Sheriff’s Office deputies in Beaufort on November 21. Gadson was charged with Misprision of a Felony and Unlawful Carrying of a Handgun. Gadson was incarcerated in the Beaufort County Detention Center and released when he posted his $15,000 bond.
Source: Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office press release.