Parolee gets 65 years to life for 2022 murder
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A parolee has been sentenced to 65 years to life in prison for a murder in the city of Rochester last year.
In April 2022, Jarrelle Williams — who turned 39 Friday — was committing a robbery in a house on Phelps Avenue.
Williams shot and killed Sharell Brown, and severely hurt another victim.
After the murder, Williams cut off the ankle monitor he was wearing for a prior offense and fled to Alabama. He was arrested there less than a month later.