A Conway homicide suspect has been arrested, according to Horry County Police’s Twitter page.
Jamar Freddie Williams was named as a suspect in the March homicide of Jason Bradley Smith, 31, of Conway.
Smith, who died from multiple gunshot wounds, was found lying face-down alongside Johnson Shelly Road. Police say a passenger in a car saw the body near the road’s intersection with S.C. 688 around 11:53 p.m. March 18.
According to J. Reuben Long Detention Center’s records, Williams was booked Sunday at 6:44 p.m. He’s been charged with murder, criminal conspiracy, simple possession of marijuana, and disorderly conduct, according to online jail records, which also showed no bond had been set on the charges by Monday morning.
The South Carolina Highway Patrol is listed as the law enforcement agency that apprehended Williams, online records show; however, details of Williams’ arrest were not available Monday.