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Two teenagers charged with murdering a Moselle man

MOSELLE, MS (WDAM) -

According to the Jones County Sheriff's Department, two 17-year-olds have been charged with murder for the death of Timothy Brian Williamson, 44.

Judge David Lyons set bond for both teenagers at 100,000. 

Deputies received a call Wednesday night about a fight in progress off of Old River Road. Major Jamie Tedford said when deputies arrived they found Williamson unresponsive on the ground. According to Tedford, the two teenagers identified as Alex Crews and Timothy Meadows were standing near the deceased man and were arrested.

Williamson's cause of death has not been confirmed at this time and an autopsy is still pending. The case is under investigation.

Crews and Meadows are scheduled to have their initial appearance Friday.

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