(Investigation by Denver Police homicide detective Joel Humphrey with help from the Arvada Police Department, see APD Case #07-2553. Williams was picked up for a mental health hold by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department.)
VICTIM 3, employed as a master plumber with the well-established Benjamin Franklin Plumbing company, realized the mortgage fraud that Williams was committing “supposedly on my behalf” to purchase a property for 50% over its apparent value. Williams/Sky had repeatedly attempted to sell by way of mortgage fraud a home located in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, elsewhere on this site referred to as the the “Wynspire property”. Two days before the scheduled closing, VICTIM 3 backed out of the deal. Williams began to berate VICTIM 3 and informed the victim that Williams had purchased a gun the day before. This was truthful; he had actually just purchased a gun. Williams indicated that he had put $4,000 of his own money as down payment toward the purchase of this house (that was part of the mortgage fraud) so if VICTIM 3 backed out, he claimed, the victim would be robbing Williams of that $4,000. VICTIM 3 says that at this point Williams threatened to kill both VICTIM 3 and VICTIM 3’s spouse. Local law enforcement picked up Williams for this and other death threats that Williams made including in statements to VICTIM 5, and VICTIM 4, described here in other Death Threats posts.