Tragic Tragedy: Mother’s Anguish After Daughter’s Murder, Body Dumped in Sleeping Bag

Tragic Tragedy: Mother's Anguish After Daughter's Murder, Body Dumped in Sleeping Bag
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A dis­traught moth­er is mourn­ing the trag­ic death of her 31-year-old daugh­ter, Yazmeen Williams, whose body was found fatal­ly shot and wrapped in a sleep­ing bag on a New York City sidewalk.

The heart­break­ing inci­dent has left the com­mu­ni­ty shak­en and the fam­i­ly des­per­ate for justice.

Accord­ing to the New York Post, Yazmeen’s body was dis­cov­ered around 5 pm on Fri­day, July 5th, 2024, out­side 207 E. 27th St. in the Kips Bay neighborhood. 

The young wom­an’s body was stuffed inside a sleep­ing bag and left among sev­er­al black trash bags placed on the side­walk for garbage collection.

Yazmeen’s moth­er, Nicole Williams, spoke to the Post, recount­ing the dev­as­tat­ing moment when police informed her of her daugh­ter’s death. “And I said, ‘OK, and she’s going to be all right?’

And they said no, that she died,” the grief-strick­en mom said as she col­lapsed in tears. “They said she’s dead. I faint­ed and the offi­cer had to pick me up off the floor.”

Author­i­ties have con­firmed that Yazmeen was shot in the head, and her death has been ruled a homi­cide. How­ev­er, no arrests have been made, and police are still inves­ti­gat­ing the case, search­ing for any leads or poten­tial suspects.

Yazmeen, who stud­ied crim­i­nal jus­tice at Buf­fa­lo State Uni­ver­si­ty, had recent­ly start­ed work­ing with the city’s home­less pop­u­la­tion in a role with the New York City Hous­ing Author­i­ty (NYCHA). Her moth­er described her as a kind and car­ing indi­vid­ual, say­ing, “She did­n’t deserve what hap­pened to her!”

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