Santia Williams was murdered. The person responsible killed himself. The order of protection she had against her killer, her ex – boyfriend and her child’s father, did not work!
Santia Williams lived in Bayshore, Long Island. She had a child with Jason Jenkins. She was involved in litigation with him as to when he could visit their child. On July 12, 2011, he brought a shotgun into their apartment. He shot Santia Williams. She died of the wound. After killing his child’s mother, he turned the shot gun on himself. He died instantly.
Order of Protection From Suffolk County Family Court
When Santia’s relationship with Jason started to fade, arguments ensued. She was not giving him the visitation with his child that he demanded. Santia went to court and obtained an order of protection from the Suffolk County Family Court. Jenkins violated the order of protection when he rushed into Santia’s home and shot her. Sometimes orders of protection are just pieces of paper. They won’t stand up to bullets!
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