Two women arrested for helping Houston/Holmes double murder suspect
The women helped Devante Williams evade apprehension by law enforcement “by providing him with housing and vehicles.”
DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) - Two women are now behind bars after police say they assisted one of the two identified wanted suspects for a Houston County and Holmes County double murder.
In a Monday morning release by the Dothan Police Department, investigators identified the females as having helped 32-year-old Devante Williams evade apprehension by law enforcement “by providing him with housing and vehicles.”
Due to this development, 27-year-old Quantasia Johnson of Dothan and 26-year-old Cathleen Harvis of Enterprise were arrested and each charged with one count of Hindering Prosecution First Degree. Each were booked on a $15,000 bond.
Dothan Police and Holmes County Sheriff’s Department also continue to ask for information related to the whereabouts of Devante Williams and 31-year-old MacAuthur Hawkins, both of Dothan. Both are wanted for one count of Capital Murder, one count of first degree Kidnapping, and one count of Abuse of a Corpse.
If you have any information to provide to law enforcement, you can contact Dothan Police Department at (334) 615-3000. Anonymous tips can also be sent to Crime Stoppers at (334) 793-7000. A reward may be offered for any information that leads to the apprehension of either of these two individuals.
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