As per Harris Country Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, a 40-year-elderly person was captured and accused of capital homicide regarding a lethal tote grabbing keep going month on September 23rd at 430 Uvalde Road.
The guilty party Williams was likewise known to be free on bail for another capital homicide. Following the wrongdoing, was captured and was being held at the Harris County Jail.
Andrew Williams is a criminal who has been accused of capital homicide in a theft that left a 71-year-old woman dead outside of a McDonald’s last month in east Harris Country.
Indeed, upon the arrival of the destructive burglary, Willimas has been free on bail for the capital homicide allegation of Chima Ogbonnaya since March 2019. Williams supposedly endeavored to burglarize Erik Richardson in 2019 and killed Ogbonnaya simultaneously.
Before that, he was blamed for hitting his ex with a vehicle, causing her physical harm. As per court papers, he was additionally sentenced for attack family savagery in 2017 and exasperated theft in 2001.
Andrew Williams currently has been accused of capital homicide in the burglary that killed Martha Medina, a 71-year-elderly person, outside of a Mcdonald’s.
Arrest update: Andrew Williams (4-8-81) has been charged with Capital Murder in the death of Mrs. Martha Medina (71). Williams was arrested today and is now in the Harris County Jail. He was out on bond in connection to a previous Capital Murder. #HouNews https://t.co/8qWEGp8RCH
— Ed Gonzalez (@SheriffEd_HCSO) October 6, 2021
As indicated by the sheriff, the casualty was at the café without help from anyone else and stopped near the passage. She might have likewise attempted to get an image of the suspect before she was hit.
Records show, Andrew Williams, 40, is blamed for grabbing Martha Medina’s satchel, hitting her with his vehicle, and afterward escaping. The occasion in issue happened on September 23rd at 430 Uvalde Road.
Following the occurrence, Medina was brought to the clinic and was affirmed expired. Concerning Williams, he was captured and brought to Harris County Jail, and his records uncover he has a long criminal past.