Deputies located the victim down the street from the apartment where she had a large hematoma above her eye. The victim was treated by medical personnel but refused transport to the hospital. Deputies located Williams and took him into custody on May 6, on charges of felony Battery, Criminal Mischief, and Resisting Arrest without Violence.
The victim was admitted to the hospital on May 13, after suffering complications from the head injury which caused internal bleeding, eventual necrosis, and several surgical procedures. The victim died on May 29. According to both hospital staff and the Medical Examiner’s Office, the victim’s head injury ultimately caused her death.
Detectives charged Williams with Homicide. He has been in custody since May 6 and will now be held without bond. Williams has prior arrests for Battery, Burglary, Property Damage, Theft, and more.