Investigators said Williams showed up at the Indianatown home around 8 AM, just as the child was logging on with her class.
"One of the children, the ten-year-old, is online, getting ready to start the day — it's early, you know, 8 o'clock," Sheriff William Snyder described. "The teacher's online — I've never done a Zoom with children, I'm picturing there's other children on — and the teacher can see the children."
"The teacher said that she heard a commotion, heard profanity, realized there was some kind of domestic altercation... still can see the child that's online," the sheriff explained.
"The teacher said she mutes her button so that nobody has to hear it; and then she sees the ten-year-old put her hands up to her ears."
Rosado-Morales was shot several times in front of her four children, and their two cousins; the little girl's teacher could see the little girl's reaction.