JACKSONVILLE, N.C. -- A Camp Lejeune Marine is the second man charged in the shooting death of a woman late last year outside of a North Carolina bingo hall.
The Daily News of Jacksonville reports that 22-year-old Cpl. James Edward Williamson was charged Monday with murder, attempted robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery.
The arrest was the result of a joint investigation of the Jacksonville Police and the Naval Investigative Service.
The charges stem from the Dec. 30, 2012, shooting death of Kim Flournoy. In April, 21-year-old Larry Forrest of Jacksonville was also charged with murder and attempted robbery.
Police allege that Forrest shot Flournoy and that Williamson drove the getaway vehicle.
Williamson is in jail without bond. It was not clear if he had an attorney.