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NC man arrested in December shooting death of 23-year-old High Point woman
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NC man arrested in December shooting death of 23-year-old High Point woman

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Cameran Williams


HIGH POINT — Police have made an arrest in the fatal shooting of a young woman in south High Point in December.

Cameran D. Williams, 24, of Norwood, which is east of Charlotte, was charged with first-degree murder this week in the Dec. 1 killing of Aaliyah Jewles Woods, 23, of High Point.

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She was shot in the head while a passenger in a vehicle that was shot at by someone in another vehicle about 6:45 p.m. that day in the 1000 block of Park Street. Woods died at the scene.

Williams was unarmed when he was arrested at home in Norwood, according to a police report. He is being held without bail in the Guilford County jail in High Point.

Williams was previously arrested by police as part of a narcotics and weapons bust on Brentwood Street in east High Point in July 2020. He was among three men sitting in a vehicle who were arrested. He was charged with carrying a concealed weapon in connection with guns found in the vehicle and also possession of a Schedule I controlled substance.

Williams was convicted in Guilford County in June 2017 on misdemeanor charges of assault with a deadly weapon and communicating threats, according to the N.C. Department of Public Safety.


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