Cold Case Alaska Air Force investigation reopened after man charged in Alabama child killing

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Jeremy Tremain Williams – Russel County Sheriff’s Office


Jeremy Gray

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The man charged with killing a 5-year-old girl whose body was found in Phenix City in December is now reportedly the suspect in the 2005 blunt force trauma death of his one-month-old daughter in Alaska.

Jeremy Tremain Williams, 37, is charged with capital murder in Kamarie Holland’s death in Alabama.

WRBL is reporting that police in North Pole, Alaska have reopened the investigation into the death of his daughter, Naudia Treniece Williams.

Williams was arrested in Alabama in December, after the discovery of the body of Kamarie, who was reported missing out Columbus, Ga.

Russell County Sheriff Heath Taylor said then Williams had been the focus of a child death investigation in Alaska.

Williams, Taylor said, was never charged in that investigation because of a lack of evidence.

Williams, according to the sheriff, was charged with child abuse in Phenix City in 2009 and acquitted by a jury in 2012.

In the Alaska case, WRBL reported the death was originally investigated by the Air Force as well as the North Pole Police Department. The baby’s was active duty Air Force there, the report stated.

In Alabama, Kamarie’s mother, Kristy Marie Siple, 35, was also charged with murder during a kidnapping, murder during rape, murder during sodomy and human trafficking in her daughter’s death.

Siple, also is known as Kristy Hoskins, is accused of accepting payment for someone to have sex with her daughter, according to court records.

The judge in the Alabama case has issued a gag order.

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