Reports reaching MiyVue.com indicate that sometime on the morning of that day, members of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force responded to a report of a shooting incident and when they arrived at Williams’ Nelson Street, Lower Monkey Hill home, they reportedly met Williams with some sort of injury to her face.
She was reportedly taken to the Joseph N. France General Hospital for treatment.
This media house understands that Williams is still at that medical institution receiving treated and is said to be in stable condition.
Acting Commissioner of Police [COP (Ag)], Stafford Liburd, told this media house on the day the incident took place, that one male was taken into custody and was said to be assisting with investigations.
On 30th December 2010, MiyVue.com was reliably informed that the man was released from police custody on that day and that no charges had been preferred against him.
A brief interview with Assistant Commissioner of Police with responsibility for Crime (ACP Crime), Superintendent Queeley (29th December), revealed that Williams was shot somewhere in the area of one of her jaws and that the bullet was still lodged in her body.
He explained, however, that investigations into the matter are still on-going.