Martin County Sheriff William Snyder spoke to reporters Tuesday, alleging the suspect — who fled on a bicycle but was located soon after — admitted to arguing with Rosado-Morales inside her home.
"He went in and confronted her with something to do with a video," Snyder said. "He says she actually started to smile at him, and he became enraged and shot her."
Rosado-Morales was shot twice in the chest. Four of her kids witnessed the killing.
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Williams, who is also charged with two counts of aggravated assault, one count of burglary, and one count of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, is being held without bond. He had not entered pleas to any of the charges against him and it was unclear Thursday if he had a lawyer who could speak on his behalf.
Rosado-Morales' mother spoke to WPEC, saying her grandkids told her Williams allegedly "opened the gate and quietly walked in" before firing twice. One bullet hit the computer her granddaughter was using.
Ana Rosado-Cabrera told the station she will raise her grandchildren, who range in age from 10 to 17.
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