including multiple knives.
That chilly night’s trauma included multiple stab wounds and a young teen’s innocence snatched away along with the lives of her mom and dad.
Ten days ago, Chesterfield police respond to a teen’s cry for help over the phone.
Affidavits show Mia Williams’ daughter had found her mom on the kitchen floor inside their Chesterfield County home, with a knife still stuck in her chest.
“It just looks like things got pretty crazy inside that house,” said CBS-6 legal expert Todd Stone.
Tony Williams, the teenage girl’s father, has been charged with murdering his wife.
Evidence recovered from the Brandy Oaks Road home that night include a broken knife, and hair in the kitchen and garage. Stone says the list paints a violent picture.
“It’s a traumatic thing,” he said. “A judge would definitely consider impact statements once this thing goes to trial.”
After the killing, police say Tony Williams led them on a chase that ended with a crash on I-95 south. A search warrant of the Mercedes SUV documents a reddish-brown substance on the inside and outside. A forensic officer will send that evidence to the lab. Experts say the results could be crucial to this case.
“If it comes back as a blood stain, then it’s very damaging to Mr. Williams and it strengthens the prosecution’s case,” said Stone.
Tony Williams remains in the Chesterfield County Jail with no bond.