Alameda County deputy accused of killing couple does not enter plea


DUBLIN, Calif. (KRON) — Devin Williams Jr., an Alameda County Sheriff’s deputy accused within the deadly slaying of a husband and spouse of their residence, didn’t enter a plea in court docket Wednesday as anticipated. The plea has been pushed again till Dec. 12.

He appeared in court docket behind glass and is at the moment being held on the Martinez Detention Heart the place he was transferred two days in the past.

The case has shocked the Alameda County Sheriff’s Division.

Williams was an officer with the division when prosecutors say he acquired off work on the county jail final month, just some miles from the courthouse he might be showing in immediately. He then drove to a married couple’s residence in Dublin, additionally just some miles from the Santa Rita county jail. He allegedly burst inside and shot and killed them execution fashion.

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From there, Williams fled the scene. He was captured 12 hours later, over 160 miles away. Authorities imagine the 24-year-old Williams was romantically linked to Maria Tran, 42, who he’s accused of killing alongside together with her husband Benison Tran, 57, inside their residence. 

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