A post-mortem report has revealed that the death of nine-year-old Westmoreland student, Kadijah Saunders, last Tuesday, was caused by manually strangulation. But, according to a close family member, the police have not informed them whether the grade three New Works Infant and Primary School student, whose body was found partially nude, had been sexually assaulted. The body of the nine-year female student, who was of Bog district in Westmoreland, was found in bushes in her community. A police source close to the investigation has indicated that the year-old male student from the same school that Kadijah attended, and the same community where she lived, who was taken into custody in connection with the gruesome discovery, is expected to be charged soon. Reports are that about p. Get the latest local and international news straight to your mobile phone for free:. Breaking News. Rider allegedly caught with 'battery' at Caymanas Park. Phillips accuses JLP of neglecting Portmore. Lyon stun Man City to reach Champions League semifinals.
She had been pulled from a car that drove off quickly. The woman, Tatiana Walton, was pronounced dead a short time later at a nearby hospital, the police said, and her fetus also died. By late Thursday, a man with whom she had a 2-year-old son had been charged with strangling her, the authorities said. Philp had not yet entered a plea, the spokesman said.
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The nude body of a young woman who had been sexually assaulted, beaten and strangled was found floating off the 69th Street Pier in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn yesterday. An electrical cord was tied around her neck and lashed around her hands behind her. It was the fourth known murder by strangulation of a woman in the city in less than three weeks and the fifth since last March. None have been solved. But we are not discounting anything. Two other strangulation victims were found in Brooklyn and two were found in lower Manhattan. The police said last week that they had no evidence to connect any of the homicides, and they reiterated this yesterday. Investigations Being Coordinated. Alice T. McGillion, the deputy police commissioner for public information, said yesterday that the chief of detectives office at Police Headquarters was coordinating the homicide investigations in both boroughs.