The mother of missing child Taylor Williams, Brianna Williams, is finally out of her medically induced coma. Williams allegedly attempted suicide after authorities planned to arrest her for charges related to the disappearance of her daughter.
Sources say that Williams was to be arrested and charged with child neglect and providing false information to authorities. Before they could arrest her, and just after human remains were found close to the family's hometown, Williams "ingested some kind of substance" and ended up in grave condition.
She was scheduled to have her first appearance at 1 p.m. Wednesday for charges of child neglect and giving false information to investigators but was not there, likely due to her medical condition.
An arrest warrant, released Wednesday, clearly states Williams offenses in great detail. One account, in a statement by a neighbor, says that Taylor had been seen alone and wandering the apartment complex on more that one occasion "looking" for her mother. If you'd like to read the arrest warrant in its entirety, click here.
As for the lies Williams told. . . According to First Coast News "Williams also told investigators that Taylor had been at her mother's house in Tuscaloosa, Alabama throughout the month of October and that she'd picked the girl up on Halloween.
Brianna Williams' mother denied having the girl in October. Both maternal and paternal grandparents told investigators the last time they'd seen the girl was more than a year ago."
At this time the human remains that were found just miles away from Williams' hometown have not been positively identified and Taylor is still presumed missing.
Police say that Taylor is 3-feet-tall, weighs 50 pounds and has brown eyes and brown hair.
If you have any information you can contact JSO by phone at 904-630-0500 or Crime Stoppers at 866-845-TIPS.
Let's pray that this case doesn't end the way we're thinking it's going to.