A New York City man was arrested for allegedly concealing the body of a 31-year-old woman, Yazmeen Williams, who was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head in a trash bag on E. 27th Street. The man, Chad Irish, was charged with concealment of a human corpse, but is not yet charged with Williams’ killing. Irish was seen on surveillance video dragging the body to the location in a motorized wheelchair.

Williams’ family believes she knew her killer, as she was friends with a man who used a wheelchair in the neighborhood. The family described Williams as a promising young woman who had just graduated from Buffalo State University and was about to start a job with the city’s Department of Housing Preservation. She had dreams of pursuing a career in criminal justice and becoming a lawyer.

Irish, who has a history of prior arrests and convictions, was on parole for robbery at the time of his arrest. When he was apprehended, a disorderly crowd gathered and became violent, attacking him as he was taken into custody. Despite the brutal assault, Irish was taken to the hospital in stable condition.

The incident has shocked the community and left Williams’ family devastated. Her younger sister expressed her deep love for her sister and the pain of losing her too soon. Williams was known for her caring nature, beautiful voice, and close relationship with her siblings.

The investigation into Williams’ death is ongoing, and the police are working to gather more evidence to bring justice to her and her family. The tragic loss of a young woman with a promising future has shaken the neighborhood, and the community is mourning the senseless violence that took her life.