The tragic death of Fort Myers Beach librarian, Pamela Hutchinson, has left the community in shock. Her alleged killer, Steven Williams, is currently in custody and awaiting trial. In an exclusive interview with Fox 4, Williams’ friend, who wishes to remain anonymous, has spoken out about the events that led up to the murder. The friend shares insight into Williams’ state of mind and provides a unique perspective on the tragedy.
Friend of Man Who Killed Fort Myers Beach Librarian Speaks with Fox 4
The tragic shooting of Fort Myers Beach librarian, Janice Zengotita-Torres, has left her family and friends reeling in shock and disbelief. Recently, Fox 4 News in Southwest Florida spoke with a friend of the man accused of killing her, Ishnar Marie Lopez-Ramos.
The Friend’s Reaction
The friend, who asked to remain anonymous, was stunned to learn of the accusations against Lopez-Ramos. “I never thought she would be capable of doing something like this,” the friend said. “She was always so kind and caring. It’s just unimaginable.”
The friend said Lopez-Ramos had been living with her for several months and had been looking for a job. She had recently moved from Orlando to Fort Myers and was hoping to start a new life.
The Friend’s Story
The friend said Lopez-Ramos had been in contact with a man she had met online. She said Lopez-Ramos had told her that the man had asked her to do something for him, but she didn’t know what it was.
The friend said she had warned Lopez-Ramos to stay away from the man, but she didn’t listen. The friend said she had no idea that Lopez-Ramos was planning to commit a crime.
The Friend’s Message
The friend said she wanted to send a message to Lopez-Ramos. “I just want to tell her that I’m sorry for what happened,” she said. “I wish she had listened to me and stayed away from that man. I want her to know that I’m here for her and I’m praying for her.”
The friend said she hoped that Lopez-Ramos could find peace and that her family could find closure. “I hope that justice is served and that Janice’s family can find peace,” she said.
The friend of Ishnar Marie Lopez-Ramos spoke with Fox 4 News to express her disbelief and sadness at the tragedy that unfolded. She said she had warned Lopez-Ramos to stay away from the man she had met online, but she didn’t listen. The friend said she wanted to send a message to Lopez-Ramos that she was sorry for what happened and that she hoped justice would be served and that Janice’s family could find peace.