CHESTERFIELD, Va. (WTVR)–The search warrants for Mia and Tony Williams’ Brandy Oaks home reveal gruesome details of the violence that played out inside
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.