RALEIGH, N.C. — A man accused of murdering a man at his home made the 911 call to tell police he had shot someone, according to search warrants released Monday.
Curtis Ray Lee, 24, is in the Wake County Jail facing one count of murder in the April 20 shooting.
The victim was identified as James Anthony Williams, 21. Williams was transported to WakeMed, where he died.
Wake County sheriff's deputies were summoned to Lee's home in response to a 9:31 p.m. 911 call, the search warrants said. The call came "from a person there who advised he had just shot someone else during some sort of altercation, then placed the firearm in a location in the house," search warrants state.
Deputies found a man in a vehicle with an apparent gunshot wound to the torso, warrants said.
During the search at the home the next day, deputies seized the victim's car, the suspect's car, a third vehicle, three cell phones, a .22 rifle, latent prints, a blood sample, still photographs, the victim's clothing and numerous other items.
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