A loss of life row inmate convicted of stabbing a pregnant girl to loss of life can even be charged with murdering the sufferer’s son.
Ronnie Keith Williams attacked Lisa Dyke, 18, whereas she was babysitting a pal’s baby in Wilton Manors, Fla., in 1993, the Solar Sentinel reported.
Dyke’s son, Julius Dyke, was born by Caesarean part two days after his mom’s loss of life, however suffered mind harm from his mom’s accidents, and solely lived to be 23-years-old.
Julius Dyke’s loss of life in 2016 was dominated a murder in connection to the stabbing, and prosecutors stated Thursday Williams shall be charged with first-degree homicide in his loss of life, in accordance with the Solar Sentinel.
Julius Dyke’s grandmother, Margaret Dyke, cried out when prosecutors informed her a grand jury discovered possible trigger to file expenses.
“Oh my Julius, my love,” she stated.
Julius Dyke was completely confined to his mattress—he by no means realized to stroll or discuss and ate out of a feeding tube.
His grandmother—his caretaker—stated her grandson was all she had left of her daughter.
“I miss him dearly. I thirst for him like I thirst for water,” she stated. “Now I really miss my daughter as a result of the one a part of her has gone on along with her.”
Margaret Dyke stated Williams “took two harmless lives, and fully destroyed mine.”
A jury discovered that Williams was responsible of murdering Lisa Dyke in 2004.
The identical jury voted 10-2 to place him to loss of life.
However in 2016, the Florida Supreme Court docket dominated that the unanimous help of a jury is required to impose the loss of life penalty.
A Broward County spokeswoman stated prosecutors will once more search the loss of life penalty for Lisa Dyke’s homicide.
She stated they don’t know in the event that they’ll search the loss of life penalty within the Julius Dyke case.