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Murder investigation affidavit reveals conflicting stories

St. Petersburg, Florida -- Police have released a search warrant affidavit documenting what Granville Ritchie and Eboni Wiley told police during their interrogations in the murder of 9-year-old Felecia Williams.


Wiley was the last person to see Williams alive. She told police she left Felecia at Ritchie's apartment, then left to find him marijuana. When she returned, Felecia was gone. She allegedly told police she and Ritchie drank liquor, prayed, and then had sex before reporting the child missing.

Williams investigation affidavit (.PDF)

Ritchie's story was totally different. He said he put on a DVD for Felecia to watch while he and Wiley had sex in a back room and that when they finished 45 minutes later, Felecia was gone.

We showed the affidavit to Felecia's mother, who read it with disgust, saying she thinks both Wiley and Ritchie had a hand in her daughter's death.



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