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Williams Surrenders to Police in Chauffeur?s Shooting

LCT Staff
Posted on February 25, 2002

Jayson Williams, former NBA player, turned himself in to New Jersey state police Monday in connection with the fatal shooting of a chauffeur at his home in Alexandria Township. Williams is set to be charged with manslaughter.

The chauffeur, Costas Christofi of Seventy-Eight Limousine in Bloomsbury, N.J., was found shot to death at Williams' home on Feb. 14.

Published reports said Williams was twirling a shotgun ?playfully? during a tour of his 30,000-square foot home when the weapon went off, hitting Christofi.

Christofi had been hired to drive friends of the former NBA star from a Harlem Globetrotters charity game in Bethlehem, Pa., to his home.

Hunterdon County officials scheduled a news conference for Monday afternoon about the investigation into the shooting.

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