The man considered as a person of interest for the Marianna quadruple murders has more legal problems.
Jonathan Wesley Williams has been convicted in Blountstown of a battery attack on Delandon Lee. Calhoun County jurors found Williams caused great bodily harm to Lee.
Williams is also being investigated in connection with the Marianna quadruple murders of 2005. He is considered a person of interest by police because of his lack of cooperation in refusing an interview with investigators and refusal to submit to a polygraph test.
The 19-year old mother Danielle Baker and her three children were found murdered and with duct tape over their mouths. Williams is the father of 2 of the victims.
A sentencing for the battery charge is set for October 11