Nalio Williams- Florida- 2011 Apr 3, 2014 17:56:40 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Apr 3, 2014 17:56:40 GMT -5
Fugitive Profile beginning from August 9th, 2014: (Last Updated: September 15th, 2021)
Current Age: 37-39
Weight: 280 lbs.
Hair (Color, Description, Facial Hair): Black. Williams keeps his head shaved, though he might attempt to grow his hair out while on the run. He's typically clean-shaven.
Other Phys. Characteristics: Williams is a large man with a hulking figure.
Scars and Tattoos: He presumably has a scar on his left leg from where Ray Modia is believed to have shot him on the night of December 22, 2011. Williams has a tattoo of a fanned-out deck of cards on his right arm.
He has the words 'Oh Jesus How I Love Thee' inked on his left arm.
Traits and Habits: Williams is considered armed and extremely dangerous.
Other Possible e8Locations: Miami Gardens , FL. Miami , FL. Broward County , FL. Fort Lauderdale , FL, Bahamas, Jamaica. Nalio Williams has ties throughout South Florida. Cops think he most likely fled the U.S., and he's hiding in Jamica or the Bahamas.
Who to call if you've seen him: As of September 15th, 2021, anyone with information on this fugitive's whereabouts can call or text "In Pursuit" on the Investigation Discovery channel at 833-378-7783 and/or submit a tip at the show's website: www.InPursuitTips.com
Things were going terribly wrong late last year for exotic car-rental broker Raimundo Modia: In mid-December, his customers made off with a 2007 Lamborghini Murcielago and a brand new Audi R8.
Four days later, Modia, who owned Lifestyle Luxury Rentals, went back to Miami Beach police with another stolen rental car report, this time a 2011 Porsche Panamera he had loaned out that belonged to San Francisco 49ers linebacker Tavares Gooden.
The luxury rentals middleman was deeply in debt, his South Miami house was headed to foreclosure, and now he was on the hook for nearly half a million dollars in luxury cars he had rented out that did not belong to him.
Soon after, Modia was dead.
On December 22nd, Raimundo Modia drove one his high-end luxury Mercedes to a West Park warehouse on SW 57th Terrace in hopes of selling it. What Modia, 34, didn’t know was that the prospective buyer, 35-year old Nalio Williams, was a career criminal, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
During the meeting between the two men, Modia was shot several times during the meeting and died at the warehouse. He is survived by a five-year old son.
Nalio Almaric Williams was shot during the altercation in the leg and went to the emergency room himself, and was later named the suspect and charged with first-degree homicide.
Thoughts? It seems part of the reason Williams, who was featured on AMW's last ever episode on Fox (the World's Most Wanted special) is so hard to catch is because he is very good at stealing identities and passing himself as other people. According to a Miami Herald article, Williams served three years in state prison, and records show he was also sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on bank-fraud related charges. Those files show he was known as “Zarick Demetris Smith.”
And according to one detective, when Williams went to prison, he gave one of his fellow inmates a supermarket bag with Fake ID's and said "hold these for me when I get back"
Williams is from Jamaica and perhaps fled back there, but it's just my hunch that he's still somewhere in the Florida area. He seemed pretty much established in his alleged criminal dealings there and likely knows how to hide in plain sight. Even if he did flee to Jamaica, he's not uncatchable, as notorious AMW fugitive Dudley Forbes was eventually tracked down there. (Albeit indirectly)
One more thing I'd like to know is if they ever caught and/or charged another person of interest in relation to the murder of Ray Modia, who was said in one article to have accompanied Williams. Perhaps he can be the key to locating Williams if they can find him. His sketch is below.
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