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Second Man Charged in 2013 South Side Homicide Over Dice Game

By Alex Parker | June 13, 2014 7:59pm | Updated on June 15, 2014 4:17pm
 Derrick Hilliard is one of two men charged will killing Jamal Harmon.
Derrick Hilliard is one of two men charged will killing Jamal Harmon.
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CHICAGO — A second man has been charged in a 2013 homicide in which a man was fatally stabbed and shot.

Derrick A. Hilliard, 37, of the 8300 block of South Martin Luther King Drive, is charged with killing Jamal Harmon, 19.

Police said Hilliard who shot and stabbed Harmon after they had an altercation. Harmon's body was found in an alley in the 7600 block of South Carpenter about 7:30 a.m. on Oct. 6. Police said the incident occurred about 2:30 a.m.

Hilliard is charged with first-degree murder and unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.

His alleged co-offender, Andre Davis, was charged in Harmon's murder Thursday. Davis served 32 years for another murder, and was released from prison in 2012 after being exonerated.

Davis, 52, was at a party in Englewood on Oct. 6  when an argument erupted between his nephew and the victim, 19-year-old Jamal Harmon, over a dice game, Assistant State's Attorney Robert Mack said Thursday in court.

Harmon's body was put in the trunk of a car so Davis could dispose of it, Mack said.

Davis drove from the party in the 6500 block of South Ross Street to the 7600 block of South Carpenter Street and dumped Harmon's body, which was later found with three gunshot wounds, stab wounds and two "long cuts along the front of his neck," Mack said.

Davis told a witness the next day that he cut Harmon's throat, Mack said.