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Zachary Bernard Williams Found Not Guilty in 2019 AL Murder Of Michael Irvin Jr
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    Zachary Bernard Williams Found Not Guilty in 2019 AL Murder Of Michael Irvin Jr






    DECATUR POLICE ARREST TWO SUSPECTS FOR CAPITAL MURDER
    April 4, 2019

    According to Decatur police, two suspects have been charged with capital murder for the February 25, 2019, shooting death of 30-year-old Michael "Dooney" Irvin Jr.

    On Feb. 25, police responded to the 1600-block of Marion Street SW for a shooting investigation. When officers arrived, police say they found the victim, Michael Irvin Jr., dead in his home from multiple gunshots. Ulysses Wilkerson of Troy and Zachary Williams of Hartselle were identified as suspects.

    On April 4, 2019, police say detectives arrested and charged Wilkerson and Williams with capital murder. Both suspects are being held at the Morgan County Jail with no bond.

    WAAY 31 spoke with the mother of the murder victim about the arrests.

    I said to myself, Im at peace," Ann Irvin said. "I dont have to be afraid anymore, because theyre not walking around here.

    That was Ann Irvins reaction when she learned the two men accused of killing her youngest son, Dooney, were arrested.

    Thats because, for more than a month, Irvin has pleaded for answers.

    Miserable. Your heart is aching at all times," Irvin said.

    Dooney was shot multiple times and killed back in February.

    According to court documents, physical evidence was found inside the home where the shooting happened. Investigators say it had Ulysses Wilkersons DNA on it.

    Later, court documents state, a witness came forward and told police Zachary Williams confessed to the murder, including specific details about the crime.

    Both suspects were interviewed by police, but they denied any involvement in the murder.

    Its something Dooneys mother still cant believe anyone would want to do to her son.

    He was a wonderful child. I never had problems with him," Irvin said. "He was a smart, intelligent person.

    Irvin says she can still feel her sons presence.

    When my bedroom door opens up on its own, I say, Come on in, Dooney. Ma knows youre alright.

    But Irvin has one question that will never go away.

    Why? I just want to know why," Irvin said.

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    ‘I want justice’ mother of 2019 murder victim to attend trial

    By Nick Kremer
    WAFF News

    DECATUR, Ala. (WAFF) - The mother of a man who was murdered in Feb. 2019 in Decatur told the DecaturDaily that she plans to attend the trial.

    In Feb. 2019, Michael Irvin Jr. was shot and killed in his home on Marion St. in Decatur.

    In April 2019, two men were arrested for the murder of Irvin Jr.

    Ulysses Wilkerson and Zachary Williams were arrested and charged with capital murder.

    Now Ann Irvin, the mother of Irvin Jr. told DecaturDaily she will be at the trial.

    “I want justice, and I want a life sentence for (Williams),” Ann Irvin said Monday. “I’ve had many sleepless nights since ‘Dooney’ was killed.”

    DecaturDaily reports that court records show there are 61 potential witnesses.

    “(Williams’) parents can go visit him in the jail to see him,” Ann Irvin said. “I have to go to the cemetery to visit my son.”

    https://www.waff.com/2022/09/28/i-wa...-attend-trial/
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    Trial Date Set for Zachary Williams

    Sep. 28—The mother of a man killed in 2019 can no longer be with her son, and she's confident that after a Nov. 30 trial a jury will likewise prevent the capital murder defendant's parents from being with their son.

    Morgan County Circuit Judge Charles Elliott this week scheduled the trial date for Zachary Bernard Williams, 33, of Hartselle. Williams and co-defendant Ulysses Ke'Andre Wilkerson, 22, of Decatur, are accused of killing Michael Wayne Irvin Jr., 30, of Decatur, in his Marion Street Southwest home in February 2019.

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    Trial set to begin for Hartselle man charged with capital murder

    By Jasmyn Cornell

    The trial for a Hartselle man charged with capital murder is set to begin Tuesday.

    Zachary Bernard Williams of Hartselle is one of the men charged with killing Michael “Dooney” Irvin Junior. Irvin was 30 years old at the time of his death.

    “They murdered my son February 25th, a day that I’ll never forget,” said Georgia Irvin, the mother of Irvin.

    In February 2019, Irvin was shot and killed in his home on Marion Street in Decatur. Irvin’s daughter, who was 4 years old at the time, and son, who was 8, were both in the home at the time of the killing. His daughter witnessed the attack.

    “To just hear those words from her that he was gone, you know, that’s something that we have to relive every single day,” said Whitney Davenport, Irvin’s sister.

    According to police affidavits, the defendants, Williams and Ulysses Wilkerson, of Decatur, kicked in Irvin’s door and shot him 11 times in an effort to steal cash Irvin kept at the house. Both were arrested for his murder in April 2019 and indicted on three counts of capital murder.

    Irvin’s family believes this was a robbery gone wrong. They say he was really involved in the community and loved helping others, and he would have given the men the money they needed if they would have just asked.

    ”He was a good person. The community knows Michael as ‘Dooney,’ his nickname. Everybody in Decatur knows ‘Dooney,’ and what type of person he was and how he was raised. He was a child, and he would look out for everybody, anyone,” said his mother.

    They family says they won’t sleep until justice is served.

    ”Unfortunately, it’s either, you know, they spend the rest of their days in prison, or we are seeking the death penalty. I mean, I hate to be that type of person, but the person that they took from us deserves justice, and he’s gonna get justice,” said Davenport.

    Both defendants remain in the Morgan County Jail. Wilkerson’s trial date has not been scheduled. The trial for Zachary Williams is scheduled for 9 a.m. on Tuesday.

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    Testimony continues in Decatur capital murder trial, second suspect wants new attorneys

    By Kait Newsum
    WHNT News

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) Day two of the capital murder trial of a Hartselle man follows an emotional first day in court as the prosecution and defense gave opening statements.

    Zachary Williams, 34, is one of two men charged in the 2019 shooting death of Michael Irvin, Jr., while investigators said his two young children were inside the house with him.

    Ulysses KeAndre Wilkerson is the other man charged in Irvins death, where authorities say the two men kicked in the front door of his home on Marion Street Southwest in Decatur on February 25, 2019, intending to rob him.

    911 audio was played before a jury of nine men and seven women, where Irvins girlfriend of 13 years and mother of their two children could be heard screaming and pleading for help.

    Police would find Irvin's body with several gunshot wounds on the floor of the laundry room. Body cam footage from the officers on scene showed the girlfriend asking why they werent taking Irvin to the hospital.

    A Decatur Police Crime Scene Technician testified Monday saying there were at least 10 shell casings around Irvins body.

    According to online court documents, more than 60 witnesses could testify in the trial.

    Wilkerson, just 18 years old at the time of the shooting, applied for youthful offender status in January 2020.

    On November 21, Wilkerson hand-wrote a letter asking for new attorneys, writing, I dont feel like my life is in good hand, I feel like there working with the D.A. [District Attorney], adding, Im innocent and have nothing to do with a murder.

    He went on to say he hasnt spoken to his current attorneys, Brian White and Brent Burney, in 10 months. Wilkerson is being tried separately from Williams.

    Testimony is expected to continue in Williams case on Tuesday at the Morgan County Courthouse.

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    Defendant maintains innocence, 8-year-old testifies in Decatur capital murder trial

    By Jasmyn Cornell

    DECATUR, Ala. (WAFF) - A Hartselle man accused of capital murder has denied killing the victim. Capital murder defendant Zachary Williams told police in a videotaped interrogation that he was innocent during the second day of testimony.

    The interrogation video was filmed in April 2019, more than a month after Irvin’s death. Williams said the night before the shooting he and his girlfriend ate at Applebee’s before going back to her home in Madison.

    “I was near the police station there on Hughes Road. When I left her home, I got a call about 4 in the morning saying Dooney was killed,” said Williams.

    Detective Sean Mukaddam, a Decatur Police Investigator, testified Tuesday that police had no leads until DNA was found on a roll of duct tape in Irvin’s home. This led investigators to Ulysses Wilkerson, the other man charged with capital murder.

    When Wilkerson was questioned, he told police that he might have touched the duct tape while it was in Williams’ car. According to Mukaddam, Wilkerson also denied being in Decatur at the time of the shooting but later changed his story.

    Irvin’s 8-year-old daughter also testified Tuesday. She was 4 years old at the time of the shooting and was inside of the home with her sibling.

    “Zach [Williams] and my dad were fighting in the hallway,” she said. “Another Black man was in the house by the bedroom. I heard grunting. I heard one gunshot and covered my ears. I stayed hidden until my mom came home.… She was sad,” said the victim’s daughter.

    Both Williams and Wilkerson face three counts of capital murder. If convicted, their sentences will either be life in prison without parole or the death penalty.

    The third day of testimony will begin at 9 a.m. on Wednesday.

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    Morgan Co. jury finds man not guilty of capital murder

    By Nick Kremer
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    HARTSELLE, Ala. (WAFF) - A jury in Morgan County found a capital murder suspect not guilty for a 2019 murder.

    According to the Morgan County District Attorney, a jury reached a not-guilty verdict for Zachary Williams on Friday. Williams was one of two men accused of killing Michael Irvin Jr. in 2019.

    Williams along with Ulysses Wilkerson was arrested and charged with capital murder in April 2019 for the alleged murder of Irvin Jr.

    Zach [Williams] and my dad were fighting in the hallway, Irvin Jr.s daughter said. Another Black man was in the house by the bedroom. I heard grunting. I heard one gunshot and covered my ears. I stayed hidden until my mom came home. She was sad.

    Williams told police on the second day of interrogation that he was innocent. He also claimed that the night before the alleged murder, he ate at Applebees with his girlfriend and then went back to her house in Madison.

    Williams says that he was near the police station on Hughes Rd. after leaving his girlfriends home when he got a call around 4 a.m. saying Irvin Jr. had been killed.

    An investigator with the Decatur Police Department testified saying that the police had no leads until DNA was found on a roll of duct tape in Irvin Jr.s home. The DNA led investigators to Wilkerson who told authorities that he might have touched it while in Williams car.

    The investigator also said that Wilkerson denied being in Decatur at the time of the crime but later changed his story.

    Wilkerson will be tried separately and a trial date has not yet been set.

    https://www.waff.com/2022/12/09/morg...apital-murder/
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    Morgan Co. man previously acquitted of capital murder faces new firearm, stolen property charges

    By Charles Montgomery
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    DECATUR, Ala. (WAFF) - A Morgan County man who was found not guilty by a jury on Dec. 9 for capital murder was arrested by Decatur Police Department officers on new charges on Wednesday.

    Zachary Bernard Williams, 34, was arrested after officers performed a vehicle stop for a traffic infraction.

    Williams was arrested on the following charges:

    • Ex-felon in possession of a firearm
    • Second-degree buying/receiving stolen property

    During the course of investigation, it was discovered the firearm Williams had was reported stolen to the Huntsville Police Department. He was booked in the Morgan County Jail without bond.

    A jury acquitted Williams on a capital murder charge for an incident that happened in 2019. Williams was one of two men accused of killing Michael Irvin Jr.

    https://www.waff.com/2022/12/29/morg...perty-charges/
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