Brian Schiavetti was apparently lured into Williams apartment ostensibly to purchase illegal drugs.
The crime occurred in New Jersey.
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The incident occurred after Schiavetti and his friend, Connor Gore, made the roughly 90-minute trip from their hometown of Ridgefield, Conn. to purchase oxycodone pills from Williams.
Schiavetti was put in touch with Williams that day through Williams's co-defendant, James Pitts, who is the son of Essex County Undersheriff James Pitts. Pitts pleaded guilty last year to a drug charge and is expected to be sentenced to 364 days in jail.
Pitts met Schiavetti as a fellow student at Villanova University in Pennsylvania, and Pitts and Williams were neighbors in Montclair, according to Khan. After Williams contacted Pitts about selling the drugs, Pitts connected him to Schiavetti, Khan said.
Gore testified he and Schiavetti were hanging out with three other friends in Ridgefield when Schiavetti and Williams made arrangements to purchase the pills. The group then pooled together $900, and Schiavetti and Gore drove to Montclair to meet Williams, Gore said.
When Gore and Schiavetti met Williams on the street, Williams got in the back seat of Gore's vehicle and directed them to the building at 25 Williams Street, where Williams claimed the pills were located, Gore said.
Soon after Williams led Schiavetti into the building, Gore said he heard two gun shots. After calling Schiavetti's cell phone and getting no answer, Gore said he drove off.
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