‘Justice will be served’: Woman’s family seeks answers after loved one found dead in West Side home

Woman appeared to have head injury, police say

SAN ANTONIO – A mother of two who was working to become a real estate agent was found dead at a home on the West Side.

Family members say Jasmine Williams was 19 years old.

"She did not deserve to die like this. She has two babies," said Hannah Williams, Jasmine Williams' sister.

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Officers were called to the intersection of Limpkin Court and Canadian Goose around 1 p.m. Tuesday, Police Chief William McManus said.

Police say they were called by Williams’ boyfriend after he found her unresponsive in a bedroom covered in blood.

"He said he came home, said he found the garage door open and called us," McManus said about Jasmine Williams' boyfriend.

Jasmine Williams appeared to have some type of head trauma, McManus said.

Officers said two children were present in the home, one who is 5-months old and another who is 2-years-old.

"Investigators are digging into what they can to try to figure out exactly what happened," McManus said.

"Justice will be served because nobody should have to bury their daughter," said one of Jasmine Williams' family members.

Jasmine Williams' boyfriend was taken in for questioning, according to police.

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