CHARLES CITY — Police have released the identity of the man killed June 30 in the 2100 block of Clarkview.
Charles City Police officers responding to a report of shots fired at 9:46 p.m. found Nathaniel Fleming, 36, whose last residence address was Mason City. He was transported by ambulance to the Floyd County Medical Center and pronounced dead.
An arrest warrant for Antoine Williams, 36, accuses him of 1st degree murder.
A post on the police department’s Facebook page on Tuesday says: “We had asked the public’s assistance in locating a vehicle, a red 2006 Chev Equinox. This vehicle was located in the 900 block of Oneida Street in Waterloo, Iowa. The suspect remains at large and the Charles City Police Department has contacted several agencies requesting their assistance in locating him.”
Williams is 6 feet, 7 inches tall, weighs 250 pounds and is black. He’s considered armed and dangerous, a Facebook post from the Charles City Police.
Earlier this year, Williams was arrested May 12 in Charles City on a warrant in a 2014 theft case, according to online court records. He was assigned a public defender. Trial is set for July 20.
The warrant is related to Williams’ arrest in Charles City for allegedly selling his sister’s 55-inch Vizio television valued at $700 to a Mason City pawn shop without her permission. He was charged with third-degree theft, an aggravated misdemeanor. At that time he resided at 2216 Clarkview Drive.
The Charles City Police Department continues to work closely with agents from the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation on the case.
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