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Taylor Williams case: More than 100 new body camera videos released

UPDATED STORY: Taylor Williams case: Expert says girl’s mother shows ‘no real emotion’ in new body camera videos released

More than 100 new police body camera videos are showing new details about the investigation into a Jacksonville mother arrested in connection to her daughter’s November 2019 disappearance.

Brianna Williams is facing three felony charges, but she hasn’t been charged in the death of her 5-year-old daughter Taylor, whose body was found near Brianna Williams’ hometown in Alabama.

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The evidence includes video of Williams talking to police right after reporting her daughter missing.

Action News Jax’s Christy Turner has been digging through the video clips. In some of them, Brianna Williams appears anxious as she talks to police.

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Video with no audio recorded the day Brianna Williams reported Taylor missing in November 2019 shows Brianna Williams looks to be nervous in the back of a patrol car.

Meanwhile, police hit the ground running in the Brentwood neighborhood. They went door to door that day to dozens of homes, searching for any sign of the missing 5-year-old girl.

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Brianna Williams told investigators she woke up that morning and noticed her daughter wasn’t in her bed.

Taylor Williams’ disappearance sparked a Florida Amber Alert. Her body was found days later in a wooded area in Alabama.

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