Man Held In Williams' Slaying Faces New Charges

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DENVER (AP) - Police say the man accused in the shooting death of Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams faces an additional charge for allegedly making a knife out of a plastic spoon.

Denver district attorney spokeswoman Lynn Kimbrough says jail deputies found the weapon in Willie D. Clark's maximum-security cell in the Denver jail during a search for a missing piece of metal.

Clark is being held without bail.

He faces murder charges in the 2007 New Year's Day drive-by slaying of Williams, and in the 2006 shooting death of Kalonniann Clark, a witness in an unrelated drug case.

Clark now faces a charge of introducing contraband.

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