Wanted Man Arrested In London Murder

Steven Antone is wanted by London Police for second degree murder in the death of James Willits

Police have arrested the final suspect wanted in connection with the murder of 29-year-old James Cameron Willits.

The London Police Service says on Wednesday around 5pm, officers with the London Police Major Crime Section, the Investigative Response Unit and the Ontario Provincial Police R.O.P.E Squad tracked 22-year-old Steven Barry Antone to a home on Arbour Glen Cres. in London.

Antone, who was wanted on multiple warrants, was arrested at the scene and is now facing charges of second-degree murder and robbery for his alleged involvement in Willits’ death. Curtis Pease, 33, and Cassandra McGall, 21, were also arrested at the home and charged with accessory after the fact.

On March 2, Willits died in hospital as a result of a head injury after he was beaten at a Baseline Rd. W apartment.

Ronald Chrisjohn was arrested a day after Willits’ death. Brandon Nichols was arrested on March 27. Both men have also been charged with second-degree murder.

Anyone with information about who may have harbored or assisted Antone in evading arrest since March 2, is asked to call the London Police Service at 519 661-5670.