Shootings

Second man charged in W&M football player death

Second man charged in W&M football player death

A Portsmouth man has been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of William and Mary student and football player Nate Evans.

Jerry Collins Spady, 22, was charged with possession of a concealed weapon less than a day after the fatal shooting of Evans, according to a Norfolk Police Department news release.

Spady was charged on March 22, the release said, but police have yet to release further information on how the criminal charge relates to Evans’ death.

Spady was released on $2,500 bail on March 23, according to the Norfolk City Jail inmate roster. His next court appearance will be on March 29 at 9 a.m. in Norfolk.

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