Maribel Rosado Morales (Killed online students zoom Class) Biography, Maribel Rosado Morales Wiki
As Fox 26 News reports, 32-year-old Maribel Rosado Morales was fatally shot at her home in Indiantown on Wednesday morning as her 10-year-old daughter’s teacher was beginning the day’s classes on Zoom.
A 10-year-old Florida girl was beginning her first day of online school when her mother was shot to death by her ex-boyfriend at their home, investigators said Tuesday.
Suspect Killer Donald Williams
Donald Williams, 27, shot and killed 32-year-old Maribel Rosado Morales in front of her four children and their two cousins at her Indiantown home, Martin County Sheriff William Snyder told reporters at a press conference, which was recorded by WPEC-TV.
Shooting online During zoom Class
Snyder appeared during an argument after Williams entered the house around 8 am and confronted Rosado Morales about an online video. Williams shot him multiple times and ran away from home.
Snyder said the 10-year-old witnessed the incident as her teacher at Warfield Primary School set up the class’s ZOOM call.
According to the report, Rosado Morales’ four children and two cousins were inside the house when the victim’s ex-boyfriend entered the house at approximately 8 am. Donald Williams, 27, reportedly confronted the victim about an online video. and a discussion ensued. Williams later shot Rosado Morales multiple times, according to the report.
Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said at a news conference Wednesday that the victim’s 10-year-old daughter witnessed some of the violence through her teacher online connection to the home. It is not clear whether there were any other children in the meeting at the time.
“The teacher is online – I haven’t Zoomed with the kids before, so I imagine other kids on it – and the teacher can see the kids,” Snyder said.
The teacher said, “He heard a commotion, he heard swearing, he realized that it was some kind of family argument … The teacher said that the button was muting [so] no one needed to hear it, and then he saw the 10-year-old raise his hands up his ears,” said the sheriff.
According to the report, a bullet pierced the computer and cut the connection.
Williams fled the scene after shooting Rosado Morales, but police soon caught him on a city bus and reportedly raised suspicion from the driver who called the 911.
Williams reportedly confessed to the murder and is expected to be charged with first degree murder.
No children were injured in the conflict.
Williams escaped the scene by bicycle before taking the bus. The bus driver was suspicious and called 911, WPTV reported. A SWAT team in the area responded and detained Williams.
Snyder said Williams made a full confession and would be charged with first-degree murder.