Cleveland man pleads not guilty to murder outside pizza restaurant, 2nd unrelated shooting

Cleveland man pleads not guilty to murder outside pizza restaurant, 2nd unrelated shooting

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The man accused of a murder outside a pizza shop on the city’s West side and a second unrelated shooting pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Tuesday.

Harold Williams was indicted on a total of 10 counts; including, murder, aggravated robbery and felonious assault.

Cleveland police said Williams shot and killed Angela Catala on Oct. 21 outside Nunzio’s Pizzeria on Lorain Road.

24-year-old man murdered on 10/21/2020 in Cleveland.
24-year-old man murdered on 10/21/2020 in Cleveland. (Source: Facebook)

Cleveland Police said Williams also shot a woman at the Gas USA on W. 65th Street and Denison Avenue on Oct. 24.

The woman survived her injuries.

Before turning himself in to Cleveland police on Oct. 27, Williams did an interview with 19 News.

EXTENDED INTERVIEW -- Harold Williams called us before turning himself over to police. He's accused of killing another man this weekend during a dispute at the Nunzio's parking lot. Here's the extended interview of what he says happened that night.

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Williams is being held on a $1 million bond and will be back in court on Nov. 16.

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