Tyrone Jamaal Williams – Death Row

Tyrone Jamaal Williams
Tyrone Jamaal Williams on Death Row

Profile

Name Williams, Tyrone Jamaal
TDCJ Number 999624
Date of Birth 03/19/1986
Date Received 11/22/2021
Age (when Received) 35
Date of Offense 06/17/2016
Age (at the time of Offense) 30
County Hunt
Race Black
Gender Male
Hair Color Black
Height (in Feet and Inches) 6′ 0″
Weight (in Pounds) 185
Eye Color Brown
Native County Hays
Native State Texas
Prior Occupation
Tractor Trailor Truck Driver

Prior Prison Record
None

Summary of Incident
On June 17, 2016, the subject broke into a home and stabbed two female victims, causing their death.

Co-Defendants
None

Race and Gender of Victim
Two white females

 

Trial Details

According to Hunt County District Attorney Noble D. Walker, the jury deliberated for approximately four hours before returning with the decision at approximately 8:30 p.m. Thursday. Tyrone Jamaal Williams should be executed by a jury for the 2016 murders of a Hunt County woman and her mother.

“This was a particularly heinous crime that unquestionably deserved the death penalty “Walker remarked. “We certainly respect the jury’s deliberation and pray that this outcome brings some peace to Vickie and Nicole’s family, who have endured so much since this offense was committed.”

Williams, 35, of San Marcos, had pleaded not guilty to a capital murder indictment in connection with the deaths of Nichole Elizabeth Gonzales, 27, and her mother, Vicki Ann Gonzales, 51, at a residence near Commerce.

Crime

Tyron Jamaal Williams, 31, was arrested in June 2016 for the murders of Nicole Elizabeth Gonzales, 27, and her mother, Vickie Ann Gonzales, 51.

Vicki Gonzales called 911 at 1:20 p.m. on June 17, 2016, begging for help and yelling Williams’ name. A residence in the 7300 block of State Highway 50 made the call.

The Commerce Police Department arrived first and discovered the women had been murdered. Williams’ car was discovered around three miles from the house.

The Commerce Police Department, Texas Department of Public Safety, and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice K-9 search team joined the search for Williams.

The Commerce Police Department received a report of a suspicious person in the 2700 block of State Highway 24/50, near the intersection of Live Oak Street, around 11 p.m. on June 17, 2016. Williams allegedly told officers his brother’s name when approached by officers, but his identification was discovered in his hands.

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