Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of three men accused of robbing and killing a woman in her Fulton County home in 2013.
Jonathan Banks, James Simms and James Calhoun were indicted on murder, felony murder, first degree burglary and related charges in connection with the shooting death of Pamela Williams.
On November 20, 2013, police said the 45-year-old was shot in the head inside her closet and her home in the Amhurst Subdivision had been burglarized. She died days later. Neighbors and colleagues of Williams, who was a supervisor at Target, raised over $15,000 for information leading to an arrest in her murder.
Banks, Simms and Calhoun were arrested two weeks later.
If convicted, the men could receive sentences of life in prison.