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Jury to resume deliberations in Chatham Co. murder trial

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

The jury is set to resume deliberations Monday in the murder trial of Achmed Williams. 

The Chatham County jury was sent home Friday after they said they didn't see a verdict being reached soon. 

The two men, Germain Grant and Terrell Nelson, are accused of shooting and killing Williams last year in front of his home on East 54th Street in Savannah. 

Deliberations are set to continue at 9 a.m.

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