CLEVELAND HEIGHTS -- Bond was set Tuesday in court for the three women who, on Monday, were charged with involuntary manslaughter, inciting violence, vandalism and robbery in connection with the shooting at 3 a.m. Saturday at the IHOP here on Mayfield Road.
Sharon Moore, 24; Natosha Williams, 22; and Rachella Womack, 20, had bond set -- $25,000 for Moore and Williams and $100,000 for Womack. Williams is the sister of Nadia Williams, 25, the woman who was shot and killed.
Cleveland Heights police confirmed that security guard Gary Williams, 41, was escorting four women out of the restaurant when the group got into a fight. That's when Williams fell and his gun discharged.
Nadia Williams was shot in the head and was taken to University Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
Williams has been a bailiff with the Cleveland Municipal Court since Oct. 20, 1997. Bailiffs are allowed to carry guns, pepper spray and other items necessary for safety.
Police tell Channel 3 that he has not been charged and the shooting is still under investigation.