Judge Declines To Lower Bond In Boy’s Death

According to court documents, Christy Edgar took evidence, including tape, socks, a scrub brush and liquid soap, to Williams’ home in Kansas City.

Williams’ attorney, Ross C. Nigro, told District Judge James Franklin Davis on Thursday that Williams has eight children and is seven months pregnant.

She also has no previous criminal record, Nigro said, and if convicted, she would be eligible for probation.

Nigro also argued no one is alleging that Williams was involved in Brian’s death. Davis denied the request and scheduled her next court appearance for Feb. 7.

Assistant District Attorney Patrick Carney objected to a bond reduction, saying $250,000 was appropriate “considering the circumstances.”

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