SAN ANTONIO, TX – The fourth suspect in the murder of 19-year-old Jasmine Williams has been arrested in San Antonio. The mother of two was found shot to death last July in San Antonio.
According to officers with the San Antonio Police Department, Williams was found unresponsive in her bedroom and covered in blood by her boyfriend. He told the police when he came home, he found the garage door open and called 9-1-1. Williams appeared to have head trauma, and the investigation revealed she had been shot multiple times.
According to court documents, Williams was killed after three suspects entered the home and demanded Williams give them money.
Three young witnesses who were in the house at the time told police they heard six gunshots.
Moments later two of the suspects got into the car where two others were waiting.
The investigation revealed the suspects stole two pairs of tennis shoes, a piggy bank full of coins, William's debit card, and her cellphone.
Nearly a month after Williams was murdered officers arrested 18-year-old Kyle Phillps. Phillips is believed to have shot Williams.
In September, officers arrested 22-year-old Dorian Murphree. According to the witnesses, Murphee was in the getaway car when Phillips left the home.
In November, law enforcement arrested a third suspect – 18-year-old Johntavion Sounders.
Sounders was recognized by the witnesses in the home. He was identified as one of the three men who initially entered the house.
The final suspect was arrested yesterday. The 22-year-old woman, identified as Alissa Weese, allegedly drove the three men to and from the scene. All four suspects were charged with capital murder.
Williams is survived by her infant and toddler. The two kids were inside the home when their mother was murdered.