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Tiffany Williams arrested after cops found Zamaurian Kizziee dead at South Dallas home

CHILLING details have emerged of the brutal daily abuse a mom Tiffany Williams unleashed on her five-year-old son Zamaurian Kizziee after he was found beaten to death with an extension cord.



CHILLING details have emerged of the brutal daily abuse a mom unleashed on her five-year-old son after he was found beaten to death with an extension cord.

FOX3 was able to get an arrest affidavit that stated the mother of the child told police that she had struck the youngster many times with a closed fist as well as with an extension cord.

An arrest document obtained by FOX3 describes how the mother of a 5-year-old boy who was discovered dead inside a home in Dallas on Monday had abused her son many times, according to the information contained in the affidavit.

The victim, Zamaurian Kizziee, has been positively recognized by the police.

Police said they were called to the 2800 block of Silkwood Street in South Dallas around 11:30 a.m. Monday to help a child who had been hurt.

Police say that Dallas Fire-Rescue also went to the house and found a 5-year-old boy named Kizziee dead inside.


Early investigations by the police showed that the child had “signs of trauma.”

According to the arrest affidavit, which FOX3 received on Tuesday, the mother, Tiffany Williams, 26, claimed police she hit the boy several times on Sunday, including with a closed fist to the temple of his head and to his back as well as an extension cord on his back and face.

Williams’ family member told police that she called him at 10:33 a.m. on Monday to ask for her grandmother’s number and to inform him that her child had died, according to the affidavit.

The family member informed police that when he got to the residence at 11:20 a.m., he found Williams there with her entire family and discovered the child dead inside. At the time, the residence contained at least four additional children, according to police sources who spoke to FOX3.


The police said they detained Williams on Monday night and charged him with inflicting serious bodily injury on a child.

The affidavit supporting Williams’ arrest states that she admitted to law enforcement that she had engaged in daily acts of physical abuse against the minor.

The family has a history with Child Protective Services, but they say the information cannot be disclosed due to a state statute.

Kizziee’s five surviving siblings, who are aged 7, 6, 3, 1, and 3 months old, have reportedly been removed from the care of Williams by the Child Protective Services (CPS). At this time, the children are staying with foster parents.



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