SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah, May 16, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — South Salt Lake Police officers are asking the public to share tips to help them find three suspect in the May 9 shooting death of Romeo Charles Williams, 26.
Already in custody and charged is Damian Stafon Coleman, 27, who faces initial charges of murder and aggravated robbery, both first-degree felonies.
Damian was identified, in part, because of the car he was driving when he allegedly picked up the other suspects after the shooting, in the area of 2193 S. Main St.
The suspects being sought are:
- Mckennalyn Elizabeth Cummins, 24, who is known to frequent the Weber, Box Elder, and Davis County areas, and specifically Roy in Weber County.
- Terell Dayshawn Jones, 30, known to frequent Weber and Davis counties, and specifically Roy. Jones has a young child with Cummins, the statement says.
- Stafon Dshawn Coleman, 21, half brother of Jones, and also known to frequent Weber County, especially Roy, and Davis County.
The shooting happened at about 10:14 p.m. on May 9, a Monday, and followed an attempted robbery, according to Damian Coleman’s probable cause statement:
“Surveillance video from Winco recorded the fact that R.S. (Romeo Stevens) was chased through the parking lot by two male suspects and onto Main Street where he was shot,” the police statement says.
“All three should be considered armed and dangerous,” the statement adds.