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Boy tells classmates of mother’s murder
A male relative of 37-year-old Kaeisha Malino is assisting police with their investigation into her death. Malino was found dead at her home in San Juan Monday morning. An autopsy done yesterday said she was beaten and strangled. Around 10.30 am on Monday, Malino’s father went to the San Juan Police Station to report that his grandson had told him Kaeisha had been strangled at her home, and her body had been left in the building. She lived at Fidel Circular, Bourg Mulatresse, San Juan.
Sgts McMillan and Anslem Hosein and Cpl Seecharan went to the house and found the body, which they said had several marks of violence. Police said the child went to school on Monday and was telling his classmates his mother had been killed by the relative. Malino’s killing has taken the murder toll to 108. The toll for the same period last year was 102.
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