Tiana Sullivan (Source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Lamar Williams (Source: Princeton Schools)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -
Bond was set Thursday morning for a suspect accused in the shooting death of Princeton High School football player Lamar Williams.
Tiana Sullivan, 22, was arraigned on charges of murder and aggravated robbery. Her bond was set at $300,000.
Police say Sullivan, Williams and another suspect robbed three people in Springdale on July 20. While fleeing the scene of one of the robberies, police say Sullivan discharged her firearm, hitting Williams in the back of the neck. He died July 24 at the hospital.
Sullivan was booked in the Hamilton County Justice Center on Wednesday night after turning herself into police when a warrant was filed for her arrest.
The other suspect on foot after the shooting, but was later questioned by Springdale Police. He admitted to being involved in the robberies, but according to court documents, no charges have been filed against him at this time.