Two female suspects who allegedly killed an elderly woman and stole her casino winnings may be eligible for the death penalty.
35-year-old Kimesha Monae Williams, pictured right, and her accomplice Candace Tai Townsel, 39, are charged with killing Afaf Anis Assad, 84.
The two women allegedly followed Assad into a bathroom at the Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula, Calif., where they struck her in the head with a blunt object and stole her purse containing $800–$1,200, according to The Press-Enterprise.
Williams and Townsel were arrested on Sept. 3, a day before Assad died from closed head injuries.
A relative of Los Angeles Clippers star forward Kawhi Leonard said Williams is related to the NBA star.
Speaking through a window at the Williams family home in Moreno Valley, Williams' aunt, Denise Woodard, told the Riverside Press-Enterprise on Saturday that Williams and Leonard are siblings.
According to Fox LA, John Hall, spokesman for the Riverside County District Attorney's Office, said the suspects were charged with murder with a special circumstance that makes them eligible for the death penalty.
A Riverside County sheriff's investigator filed a written request asking the judge to keep Williams locked up without bail due to her history of violence and family finances.
"Williams has family that are well off and could post her bail of $1,000,000," the investigator wrote. "I am requesting NO BAIL to assure Williams' appearance in court and to keep innocent victims safe."
After leading the Toronto Raptors to the team's first ever NBA championship Leonard signed a three-year, $103 million contract with the Los Angeles Clippers in July.
"Williams has a violent history and targeted a feeble elderly female and robbed her," the investigator wrote.
Jail records list Williams' height and weight as 6-foot-2 and 320 pounds, and Townsel as being 5-foot-4 and 195 pounds.
According to Facebook friends, one of the women allegedly injects herself with the male sex hormone Testosterone.
The number of male-identified lesbians injecting testosterone has increased dramatically in recent years.
Testosterone causes aggression in males, making males the most violence-prone of the human species.
Testosterone levels vary in men and women. The levels are much lower in women whose dominant sex hormone is Estrogen.
But male-identified lesbians are injecting themselves with high doses of the dangerous drug (at higher levels than males), causing an increase in homicidal violence caused by women.
As a result of injecting testosterone, some women are becoming as violent as their male counterparts.
Testosterone levels are related to criminality and violence, says James Dabbs, Ph.D., one of the world's leading experts on testosterone.
"While there is no direct tie between testosterone and human criminality, there is an indirect tie. Testosterone leads toward violence, and violence is often criminal."