Phillip Williamson


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WANTED for Armed Robbery 


Detectives are searching for an armed and dangerous suspect Phillip Williamson wanted for murder & strong arm robbery


San Bernardino County Sheriff Deputies assigned to the Apple Valley Police Department responded suspicious circumstances call at a residence and an investigation a strong robbery on Wisconsin Street at 10:00 A.M. Friday, August 30, 2019. 

The victim, 76 year-old Brian St. John, reported that the suspect, Phillip Williamson 37 years old,  a resident of Hesperia, confronted him at his home and forced him to give him several hundred dollars and a handgun. The victim advised the Deputies that the suspect told him to look inside the vehicle he was driving, a white Hyundai, as there was a deceased female inside. The victim (St. John) believed there was a body partially hidden inside the vehicle.

The suspect (Williamson) then fled the location in the Hyundai.  Through investigation, the Deputies determined Williamson lived at a home in Hesperia.  Deputies from the Hesperia Police Department responded to Williamson’s residence in the 19100 block of Yucca Street and found evidence of a struggle and secured the location. Based on this information, the Deputies obtained a search warrant for the residence and an arrest warrant for Phillip Williamson. 


WANTED for Murder

San Bernardino County Sheriff Specialized Investigators, Homicide Detail and the Specialized Enforcement Division (SED) responded to assist in the investigation. 

At approximately 10:40 P.M. Friday evening, the white Hyundai was located abandoned in a dirt field near Wisconsin Street in Apple Valley. The (Homicide) victim, Brandi Jones, was found deceased inside the vehicle. 35 years old Brandi Jones is resident of Hesperia.  

 Through investigation, investigators have determined that the suspect was known to the victims prior to the incidents.          

Phillip Williamson remains outstanding and is considered armed and dangerous.  Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to immediately call 9-1-1. 

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