Jamie Williams, 44, has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder and injury of his family members in 2018.
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Williams was accused of murdering his father and step-sister and seriously injuring his stepmother in 2018.
The lawsuit alleges that Carmen Taylor was fired unfairly for her relationship to a former employee who was charged with murder.
Long Beach State President Jane Close Conoley officially announced Oct. 8 that Mary Ann Takemoto has been promoted to Interim Vice President of Student Affairs. The decision came after the university placed Vice President Carmen Taylor on leave on Tuesday, Oct. 2, the same day that former Associated Students Inc.[Read More…]
President Jane Close Conoley sent out an email 4:40 p.m. Monday confirming Mary Ann Takemoto as the Interim Vice President for Student Affairs. “This decision comes in the wake of Vice President Carmen Taylor’s separation from her position with the campus today,” Conoley said in the email. It is unclear[Read More…]
A former Associated Students Inc. employee, Jamie Williams, who is facing capital murder charges, may have been high on PVP, or “bath salts,” when he was arrested, according to longtime family friend and Compton resident, Brandy Riley Fletcher. According to Fletcher, Williams was seen running out of his stepfather’s house[Read More…]
Former LBSU employee visited President’s Suite, UPD and Office of Student Affairs on day he allegedly committed double homicide
This story was updated 5:40 p.m. Oct. 5. See timeline below of Jamie Williams’ movements on campus Sept. 28 Hours before former Associated Students Inc. employee Jamie Williams was arrested in connection to a double homicide in Compton Sept 28, he visited several Long Beach State offices including the President’s[Read More…]
Former LBSU employee charged with two counts of murder, VP of Student Affairs is placed on paid leave
Former Associated Students Inc. employee Jamie Williams was formally charged with two counts of murder and one count of attempted murder Tuesday. On the same day, Vice President of Student Affairs Carmen Taylor, who made $210,478 in 2017 according to Transparent California, was placed on paid administrative leave, with Mary[Read More…]
Student Health Services closed unexpectedly after a water main was found leaking Thursday. Carmen Taylor, vice president of student affairs, sent an email en masse to all campus members at 1:07 p.m. According to Taylor, the health center is expected to reopen tomorrow. “We greatly apologize for any inconvenience,” Taylor[Read More…]
Each year, 19 awards are given out to recognize individuals who fight for equality and diversity within their communities. The Long Beach chapter of the American National Association for the Advancement of Colored People chose two people from Cal State Long Beach for this recognition. Carmen Taylor, Cal State Long[Read More…]