Crime Stoppers offer reward for unsolved March homicide in Flint

FLINT, MI – Flint & Genesee County Crime Stoppers is seeking information on the unsolved homicide of Lequavis Marquan Williams, who was found with multiple gunshot wounds in his vehicle in March.

Officers from the Flint Police Department and Michigan State Police Major Case Unit responded to the shooting at around 6:30 p.m. on March 24, where they found Williams in the passenger seat.

He suffered multiple gunshot wounds when his vehicle was shot at the intersection of Avenue A and East Baker Street in Flint.

Williams, 31, later died of his injuries at Hurley Medical Center.

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The suspect’s vehicle is described as a white Jeep Liberty, according to a Crime Stoppers flyer.

His obituary says Williams was a lifelong Flint resident and a graduate of Flint Central High School where he ran track.

“He loved dressing up and basketball, and had a passion for family,” according to the obituary. “He showed his love for his family through art. Lequavis was caring and had a big heart for children.

Flint and Genesee County Crime Stoppers is asking anyone who may have information about the unsolved murder to submit information anonymously using the P3 mobile app,, by online at or by calling 1-800-422-JAIL (5245).

Tips that lead to a felony arrest are eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,500.

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