Police are still searching for the body of the 78-year-old Georgia woman who authorities believe was killed by her grandson.
Gregory Williams, 37, allegedly killed his grandmother, Millicent Williams, after forcing his way into her bedroom and attacking her with a “Rambo-style” knife before disposing of her body with her own car, reports the Atlanta-Journal Constitution.
Police found blood in the trunk of her car, which Williams was driving when he was arrested. The trunk had a layer of CD cases of which several were cracked, due to apparent pressure.
Williams reportedly made a deal with police that he would disclose the location of the body if he was given a lawyer, but it’s unclear if either side followed through with the deal. As of Monday, police have yet to find a body, but according to a warrant, she’s likely dead, given the of the amount of blood found in the trunk of the vehicle and in the grandmother’s home. They said no one could survive that much blood loss.
Police believe the attack occurred sometime between last Sunday and Thursday.
Williams and his grandmother had a turbulent relationship with a history of violence. According to court documents, Millicent twice took out protective orders against her grandson, saying that Williams suffered from PTSD from his time in the Army and wasn’t taking his medication.
She believed he had served in Iraq, but according to the U.S. Army, Williams was never deployed.
Between July 2011 and September 2014, the police were called to Millicent’s home six times. She told police her grandson had threatened to kill her on multiple occasions.
Williams was arrested Thursday when he was discovered in his grandmother’s car in a Kroger parking lot.
In addition to murder charges, he is charged with kidnapping, aggravated assault and theft by taking.
[Feature Photo: Dekalb County Jail]