Aamier Jjordan Williams, of Cape Coral, was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 22.5 years in prison, on three counts of Lewd or Lascivious Battery, for sexually assaulting a young teenager. The defendant was also designated a Sexual Offender. Williams was found guilty in May following a Lee County trial.
In July 2020, the victim told a family member about a sexual attack that happened and was immediately taken to a hospital. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office was contacted to investigate.
The defendant had been at an apartment complex pool with some other people. The victim was drinking something that made her feel intoxicated and a short time later the defendant took her to a car and sexually violated her. He then took her to a nearby tennis court and violated her again.
Williams was arrested for the crime by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office following their investigation. Assistant State Attorney Erin Hughes, of the State Attorney’s Office Special Victims Unit, prosecuted the case.
Samantha Syoen – Communications Director, State Attorney’s Office