Court document gives specifics about injuries to baby girl

Princess Teyonia Williams

WICHITA, Kansas – KSN has new information about the events that led up to the arrest of Michael C. Williams nearly three weeks ago in connection to the death of his one-year-old baby, Princess Teyonia.

The probable cause affidavit, a law enforcement document that’s used by district attorneys and judges in bringing charges against a suspect, lists the baby girl’s cause of death as multiple “blunt force injuries.”

Also in that document is information about what Williams says happened when he was home alone watching his daughter, Princess, while her mother was at work.

Williams says he found Princess chewing on a piece of paper and a rubber-band and to get it out of her mouth he had to “pry” her mouth open.

He mentions the incident in a text to another person, saying, “and this girl done made me scratch – trying to eat rubber bands and choking on paper.”

Then texts her mother again, saying, quote, “I mean scratch her by her nose and under her lip.”

However, the autopsy suggests something more severe happened that day since the baby girl’s death was ruled a “homicide.”

The affidavit lists her injuries as a lacerated liver and a “spinal cord hemorrhage.”

In an interview with police, Williams says he later found his daughter not breathing and un-responsive.

Williams has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of the child.

 

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