61-year-old Paul Graves Williams left his home before deputies arrived. At this time, the two people who lost their lives were identified as 57-year-old Leslie Williams and 15-year-old Paige Williams. The two had been stabbed.
The two were found on Southwest 75th Street after a well-being check took place in their home. Leslie failed to show up at her job at the elementary school where she worked. She was a media specialist at the school.
Paul Williams answered the phone when the school called to contact her. The resource officer called the police. However, when they arrived at the scene, Paul Williams was not there. However, he ended up driving back to the crime scene, which is when he was arrested.
At this time, his exact charges have not been released, but they are related to the homicides.
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