Williams, 28, posed for the mugshot above after shot & killed a man who robbed him during an attempted weed deal.
Williams tracked the thief over 213 miles before finally finding him at an Atlanta convenience store, where he shot him dead.
Now, Antonio has a lifetime to think about the situation after receiving LIFE in prison for the murder.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a man who chased a thief from North Carolina to Atlanta was convicted of murder in Fulton County last Friday.
During an attempted marijuana deal a few weeks before the attack, Martrell Gay stole $900 from Williams, Howard said.
Police found the 25-year-old shot in the face outside the West End Food Market at 812 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard on March 7, 2015.
Surveillance cameras captured Williams standing outside the store looking through the storefront window before he walked in the store and toward Gay.
Inside the store, Howard said cameras watched Williams pull out a handgun.
The men were less than three feet away from each other when the Williams fired a single shot into Gay’s face.
Gay stumbled out of the store and collapsed on the sidewalk. He later died at Grady Memorial Hospital.
After police released video of the suspect, with distinctive blond-streaked dreadlocks, Williams was quickly identified by multiple sources.
A Fulton County jury convicted the 28-year-old and a judge has sentenced him to serve life plus five years in prison.
The moral of this story? $900 is not driving 213 miles and it’s certainly not worth a lifetime in prison!