Teacher watches in horror on Zoom lesson as 10-year old student's mom is shot dead by ex-boyfriend in front of her six children

A ten-year-old elementary school student in Florida was logged into Zoom for her first day of online classes Tuesday when her mother was shot and killed by an ex-boyfriend inside her home, police said.
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office said 27-year-old Donald J. Williams shot and killed his ex-girlfriend Maribel Rosado-Morales, 32, in front of her six children at 8am yesterday inside a home in Indiantown.
One of Rosado-Morales’ daughters, a student at Warfield Elementary, had been on a Zoom call with her classmates for a virtual lesson that morning when yelling and profanity was heard in the background of her video call. 
The commotion prompted the girl’s teacher to mute the audio from the call, realizing there was ‘some sort of domestic altercation’ unfolding.
The teacher then saw the 10-year-old put her hands up to her ears, Martin County Sheriff William Snyder revealed during a press conference.
Maribel Rosado-Morales was shot and killed Tuesday morning in front of six children at a home in Indiantown
One of the children, her 10-year-old daughter, was taking part in an online class on Zoom when the fatal shots rang out
Maribel Rosado-Morales (left and right) was shot and killed Tuesday morning in front of six children at a home in Indiantown. One of the children, her 10-year-old daughter (right), was taking part in an online class on Zoom when the fatal shots rang out
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office said 27-year-old Donald J. Williams shot and killed Rosado-Morales, who his ex-girlfriend
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office said 27-year-old Donald J. Williams shot and killed Rosado-Morales, who his ex-girlfriend
It was at that moment that Williams opened fire inside the home, police said. The shooting wasn't visible to the teacher or other students on the call, according to Snyder.
The young girl’s screen suddenly went black after one of the bullets struck her computer screen.
Rosado-Morales was shot to death in front of her six horrified children - ranging in age from 10 to 17 - who were inside the home at the time. 
Initial reports suggested that two of the children were cousins of Rosado-Morales' kids, but a family friend told DailyMail.com that all of those present were the victim's children. None of the kids were hurt in the horrific incident. 
Detectives say Williams then fled the scene of the shooting on a bicycle, before boarding a Martin County Public Transit bus and asking the driver to take him to Stuart.
However, the driver grew suspicious of his behavior and called 911. A SWAT team responded and Williams was taken into custody 40 minutes after Rosado-Morales was shot.
Authorities said they retrieved a handgun from a bag Williams was carrying that they believe was used in the shooting. The weapon had been reported stolen from a car in 2015.
Rosado-Morales, meanwhile, was airlifted to Lawnwood Regional Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead shortly after arrival.
Snyder says Williams gave investigators a full confession and will face charges of first-degree murder, armed burglary, and armed home invasion, among other counts.
He called the mother-of-six's death ‘sad’ and ‘terrible’.

Rosado-Morales was shot to death in front of six horrified children - ranging in age from 10 to 17 - who were inside the home at the time, including three siblings of the 10-year-old and two of her cousins.
Rosado-Morales was shot to death in front of six horrified children - ranging in age from 10 to 17 - who were inside the home at the time, including three siblings of the 10-year-old and two of her cousins.
None of the children were hurt in the horrific incident at the home in Indiatown (which is pictured above)
None of the children were hurt in the horrific incident at the home in Indiatown (which is pictured above)
Detectives say Williams then fled the scene of the shooting on a bicycle, before boarding a Martin County Public Transit bus and asking the driver to take him to Stuart. He was arrested 40 minutes later
Detectives say Williams then fled the scene of the shooting on a bicycle, before boarding a Martin County Public Transit bus and asking the driver to take him to Stuart. He was arrested 40 minutes later
Snyder said Williams and Rosado-Morales had been estranged for more than a year and a half, and had a history of domestic violence. 
Williams had recently been released from prison on a domestic violence charge, the sheriff added.
The fatal shooting was reportedly spurred by an unspecified argument. According to Snyder, Williams went to the home to confront Rosado-Morales about ‘something to do with a video’.
‘Then later we learned there was a conversation about Facebook,’ Snyder continued. ‘He says she actually started to smile at him and he became enraged and shot her.'
Rosado-Morales' last Facebook post came on August 10, a day before her death, showing her posing with her new partner, accompanied with the caption 'this mean a lot but we still here till god say no more'. 
Morales' fiancé, who didn't want to be named spoke to WPTV, revealing that he was on the phone with her when the shooting happened, and he could hear the children yelling that their mother had been shot.
The fiancé said that after Morales was hit, she barricaded herself inside a closet for her safety and so her children wouldn't see.
'I was on the phone with her. I said, baby, call the police, 'Morales' fiancé said. 'Why? She didn’t do nothing. Why? She didn’t deserve it. I wasn’t there to save her. I wasn’t there.'
Rosado-Morales' last Facebook post came on August 10, a day before her death, showing her posing with her new partner, accompanied with the caption 'this mean a lot but we still here till god say no more'
Rosado-Morales' last Facebook post came on August 10, a day before her death, showing her posing with her new partner, accompanied with the caption 'this mean a lot but we still here till god say no more'
Speaking of Williams, the Fiance said: 'I have hatred. Yeah, I’m not going to lie, I want to do 1,000 things to him. But you know what? I forgive him, man. I forgive him and he’ll have his day. Her kids hate him, but they forgive him too.'
Sheriff Snyder said he's learned through his decades in law enforcement 'that when you think you've seen everything, you haven't,’ he told BuzzFeed.
‘I know that people hearing about this, reading about this, are going to be horrified by this,' Snyder continued.
Neighbors of Rosado-Morales have voiced their shock and terror over the death of the 32-year-old, who was remembered by one local resident as a ‘friendly, loving and kind person.’
‘I think it’s sad, especially the neighborhood. I knew the woman. She was a very nice girl, gave my kids clothes and stuff like that,’ neighbor Jeremy Carroll said of Morales, according to WPTV. ‘It’s just sad to see that situation happen.’
GoFundMe page set up to benefit Rosado-Morales' children says they will taken into the custody of their grandmother, where they will likely relocate to Wisconsin.
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