Tyrone Williams enjoys a light moment while talking about life experiences at his music studio in Milwaukee, Wis. When Williams was 15 1/2, he became the youngest person in the state waived into adult court for a robbery case. He served 16 1/2 years. After his release just over two years ago, he got a paper route and started his other businesses, a nonprofit to help kids and a recording studio.
Tyrone Williams enjoys a light moment while talking about life experiences at his music studio in Milwaukee, Wis. When Williams was 15 1/2, he became the youngest person in the state waived into adult court for a robbery case. He served 16 1/2 years. After his release just over two years ago, he got a paper route and started his other businesses, a nonprofit to help kids and a recording studio. Angela Peterson Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Tyrone Williams enjoys a light moment while talking about life experiences at his music studio in Milwaukee, Wis. When Williams was 15 1/2, he became the youngest person in the state waived into adult court for a robbery case. He served 16 1/2 years. After his release just over two years ago, he got a paper route and started his other businesses, a nonprofit to help kids and a recording studio. Angela Peterson Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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