UPDATE: Clarksburg murder suspect appears in court

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WDTV) -- UPDATE 1/10/19
A suspect accused of beating a man to death in Clarksburg last year has been indicted on second-degree murder charges.

Anthony Williams, Courtesy: CPD

Anthony Williams was indicted by the Harrison County Grand Jury during the January 2019 term. The indictments were returned Wednesday.

Williams is accused of killing Rodney Long during an argument.

UPDATE 7/10/18 6:30PM
Anthony Williams was in court Tuesday after police say he beat a man to death last month.

Williams is suspected of killing Rodney Long during an argument. William Swiger of the Clarksburg Police Department took the stand as a witness, stating he was called to a residence in the arbutus park section of Clarksburg where he found Long unresponsive.

Long was taken to United Hospital Center and later died from what medical examiners say was a spleen injury. Long also suffered from a broken neck and jaw. Williams was wanted in connection with Long's death, and later turned himself in.

ORIGINAL STORY 6/25/18 5:50PM
The hearing of a Clarksburg murder suspect has been continued until July 10.

32-year-old Anthony Williams is the suspect in the death 47-year-old Rodney Lee Long Jr. earlier this month.

Long was rushed to United Hosptial Center after being found unresponsive in the Arbutus Park area. Officials say he passed away from injuries he had obtained during a "physical altercation" before police arrived.

Williams was wanted by police before turning himself in.