WILLISTON — On Monday, the Williston Police Department announced in a social media post that the Levy County Spring Term Grand Jury returned a True Bill indicting Kentavious Brown, 22, and Isaac Williams, 20, both of Williston, on premeditated first-degree murder with no bond.

The two men are accused of shooting Malik Hall in a incident that occurred on Feb. 5 close to the Old Williston Middle School at Northeast Fourth Ave. and Northeast 13th St. near a housing development, according to Brooke Willis, Williston Police Department administrative assistant and victim advocate.

Hall later died at the hospital a couple of days after the shooting.

According to a news release from the Office of State Attorney Eighth Judicial Circuit, the finding of a True Bill means the defendants will now be arraigned and will face trial at a later date.

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