WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Miami County Coroner, Tom Leedy, confirmed Antonio Williams, one of Jeremy Gibson's alleged murderer, died in prison Monday morning.
Antonio Williams' attorney, Robert Little, said Williams had been in and out of the hospital though he is unsure why. He believes his role in the case will be obsolete now.
There is an autopsy scheduled for Tuesday.
In July, police said the crime started with an argument between Gibson and Williams at 1018 North 8th Street in Lafayette.
Police said 26-year-old Gibson was beaten, then taken to a field in Tippecanoe County where he was beaten again. This time was with a pick axe and shovel, then buried in that field.
Police soon arrested Antonio Williams, Darren Englert and Carol Clear for the crime.
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