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Mendocino County Sheriffs Office Press Release 1/26/12
On January 24, 2012 at approximately 2157 the Mendocino County Sheriffs Office received a 911 telephone call regarding a shooting incident in the 1700 Block of Road B in Redwood Valley,CA.
Mendocino County Sheriffs Deputies along with Redwood Valley Fire and other medical personnel responded to the location and found the Jamal Andrews outside of his residence had succumbed to a gunshot injury at the hands of another.
Deputies spoke with the victim’s girlfriend and learned that a possible suspect, Billy M. Norbury had fled towards his residence on an ATV.
Mendocino County Sheriffs Deputies learned the suspect, Billy M. Norbury lived in close proximity of the victim.
Deputies proceeded to Norbury’s residence to contact him regarding the incident. During their contact at his residence, they observed in plain sight items that appeared to link Norbury directly to the shooting incident.
Norbury was placed under arrest and booked into the Mendocino County Jail on the listed charge.
Mendocino County Sheriffs Detectives arrived at the scene and are currently conducting further investigation into the incident.
A forensic autopsy will be conducted in the coming days and further information will be released as it develops.
UPDATED PRESS INFORMATION
On 1-26-2012 a Forensic Necropsy was conducted on the Jamal Andrews.
The results of the exam showed the Andrews received two gunshot injuries. One of those gunshots struck the Andrews in the head and the other in the shoulder.
Mendocino County Sheriffs Detectives are continuing their investigation into Jamal Andrews murder.
The Mendocino County Sheriffs Detectives are requesting anyone with information regarding this investigation to call them at 707-467-9159. Callers can remain anonymous.
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