A Georgia mom who allegedly murdered her young sons — and then showed the children’s father the scene on a video call — killed the boys “by placing them in an oven and turning it on,” according to an arrest warrant obtained by multiple outlets.
Police have charged Lamora Williams with two counts of murder in the deaths of her 1- and 2-year-old sons after Atlanta police officials discovered the children with burn marks, officials have said.
Williams, 24, is currently being held in the Fulton County Jail after waiving her first appearance in front of a judge on Monday, according to online jail records. She is reportedly being held without bond and no court date has been set, multiple reports say. PEOPLE’s attempts to reach a spokesperson for the Fulton County Superior Court were unsuccessful.
On Friday evening, after Atlanta police responded
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I love to read. So far as I know, I have always loved to read. I remember unoriginal episodes of reading with a flashlight under the covers. That probably provided a major contribution to my need for glasses in the sixth grade. About broke my poor father’s heart. Not being an avid reader, he would not have understood
My mother would, though–although she would not have approved. But she read all the time. Regular excursions to the library always resulted in armloads of books to carry home.
And I remember that library, an old house, in the center of our village, that is now on the historical register; welcoming wooden floors to sit on while reading and looking for books. I was not impressed when, years later, they built as a new modern facility across town.
Although I did use it prolifically, also. It holds one of my few negative reading memories: At
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In August, Justine Ruszczyk was reportedly set to marry Don Damond, and she had already publicly taken his last name.
But instead of a future celebration, Justine’s fiancé was left Monday mourning his bride-to-be, who was shot dead by a police officer near her home in Minneapolis on Saturday night after she called 911 to report a possible assault.
“We lost the dearest of people and are desperate for information,” Don told reporters on Monday afternoon after returning from a business trip, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
“Piecing together Justine’s last moments before the homicide would provide small comfort as we grieve this tragedy,” he said.
Justine, a 40-year-old yoga and meditation instructor from Sydney, was shot and killed after a pair of Minneapolis police officers responded to her home Saturday about 11:30 p.m. authorities said.
“At one point an officer fired
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