KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- On Friday afternoon authorities in Detroit, Michigan arrested Lee Williams according to a spokesman with the Kansas City, Kan. Police Department. An arrest warrant had been issued for Williams, he is suspected of killing of 20-year-old Ty'Shai Carvin in her home last Wednesday morning. He had been on the run since the shooting at the 1900 block of N.15th Street.
Carvin and Williams had a child together and were in a relationship but had separated recently. The victim's aunt, Laura Washington, told FOX 4 that Williams showed up at 2:30 in the morning and tried to drag Carvin out of the house but when Washington and the victim's grandmother tried to pull Williams off of Carvin, he simply shot her in the living room. She was shot five times.
"He shot her five times right there in front of me, my momma and her two-year-old son was watching. Her two-year old son said 'Daddy, no, stop fighting my Momma,' he ignored that, how can a man do that?" asked Washington.
Washington said her niece intended to get a restraining order against Williams after breaking up with him two weeks ago. She said the couple's two-year-old son is traumatized by what he saw.
"He wakes up in the middle of the night screaming and hollering... he want his Momma. He don't have a Momma now," Washington said.