Investigators say Williams was murdered, but they haven't said how or why.
For about four hours Wednesday, homicide investigators set up the mobile command center at the intersection of Canady Pond and Chicken Foot Roads. There hope is that residents in the area might have felt more comfortable coming to them to talk about anything they know.
"A lot of people have seen the vehicle. They have come to us with that information," said homicide investigator Lt. Bobby Reyes. "And a lot of people have told us when they last saw the victim. And we have been interviewing all those people at this time."
Williams disappeared Nov. 27. A week later her car was found abandoned near Chicken Foot Road. Days after that, Williams' body was discovered in a wooded area off Canady Pond Road.
"If we wouldn't have put the command post here, maybe all of this information we would have never received it," said Reyes. "We have canvassed the area around , been to numerous houses. And we have been following up on a lot of information people have been calling in."
Sheriff's investigators say they are hopeful they got some new information. They hope to turn those tips in to solid leads.