UPDATE (12:00 PM) — The executive director of The Brennity at Daphne comments on the arrest of Ashley Mishay Williams.
I can confirm that we are aware of the arrest made yesterday of our former associate at The Brennity at Daphne regarding the disturbing video made involving one of our deceased residents. Our hope is for the family members of this resident to have peace and fulfillment of justice for their loved one. We will trust the process of the judicial system and offer our support in any way that we can. We still consider this a private, sensitive matter and ask for respect and privacy for the resident’s family.Erin Thompson, Executive Director of The Brennity at Daphne
UPDATE (10:50 a.m) — The Baldwin County DA’s office says Ashley Williams made bond and has been released from jail.
Williams was booked into the Baldwin County jail Friday morning at 8:52 a.m. and was released at 10:27 a.m. Her bond was set to $5,000.
The Daphne Police Department released the following statement on William’s arrest.
“We consulted with the DA’s office and determined there was probable cause for the charge. A warrant was issued and the defendant was contacted and turned herself in to the Daphne police.” -Sgt. Jason Vannoy Daphne PD.
DAPHNE, Ala. (WKRG) — Daphne Police have arrested a woman who was caught on camera poking a dead woman’s body at an assisted living facility.
Ashley Mishay Williams turned herself in last night and is being charged with Abuse of a Corpse, a class C felony. Daphne Police say this arrest follows the investigation into a video recorded while she was employed at The Brennity.
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