Kamarie Holland

Kamari Holland’s Alleged Killer Named in Woman’s Rape & Murder Report the Same Week Little Girl Vanished

An Alabama man accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a young child in Georgia was also named in a police report concerning a deceased adult female.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, 37-year-old Jeremy Williams is accused of kidnapping and killing 5-year-old Kamari Holland in December 2021. Kamari’s mother, 35-year-old Kelly Siple, was arrested for murder and human trafficking after police accused her of trafficking her daughter to Williams.

Siple reported her daughter missing on December 13, claiming that she awoke and discovered that the front door of her home had been open. Authorities had labeled Kamarie as “critically missing,” but no further details were provided at the time.Later that same day, police found the girl dead in an Alabama home that had been previously occupied by Williams. The suspect was arrested and charged with kidnapping, rape, sodomy, and murder.

Kristy Siple and Jeremy Williams/Police Handout

On December 12, a Columbus police report obtained by the Ledger-Enquirer indicated that Williams was named in a report about a 31-year-old woman who was killed, then raped after death. Columbus police couldn’t comment on the case, adding that it’s “under investigation.”

Williams is also the main suspect in connection with his 1-month-old daughter’s death in Alaska. Police said the baby died from blunt force trauma.

Court documents indicate that Williams was living with the newborn and her mother in 2005, while the mother was stationed in Alaska during her time with the Air Force. Both the Air Force and the North Pole police investigated the incident at the time.

Taylor indicated that Williams was never arrested for the baby’s death because of a lack of evidence. Investigators reopened the case after Kamari’s death and disappearance. So far, Williams has not been charged in the case.

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[Feature Photo: Kamarie Holland/Handout]