Guyanese art teacher found murdered in St Martin

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Rhonda Thomas

A Guyanese teacher that taught art at the Methodist Agogic Center (MAC) identified as Rhonda Thomas was reportedly found stabbed to death on Monday. Police Spokesman Joe Josepha confirmed that a female was found in a home at White Sands Road Beacon Hill stabbed to death.

Several persons who knew the victim reported that the victim is a well-known art teacher that hails from Guyana. They said Thomas taught art at the Methodist Agogic Center for over a decade.

Reports are that Ms Thomas just recently obtained a divorce which some described as a “bitter divorce procedure”. However, there is no indication if the divorce has any relation to the brutal murder.

Friends of the deceased teacher described her as a hard worker. They said besides her teaching job at the MAC School, Thomas was a security guard and later became a part-time employee of Maho as an interior decorator.

As soon as more information is released by Police this article will be updated.

SMN News extends its deepest condolences to the bereaved family of the late Rhonda Thomas.
The Police Patrol and Ambulance department were sent to White Sands Road in Beacon Hill, on Monday, February 15th, 2021, at approximately 12:00 pm where they encountered a female victim who was lying on the ground in her home and not showing any signs of life.

After conducting a brief investigation on the scene it was concluded that the victim died of foul play. The doctor, who arrived later on the scene pronounced the death of the victim. The body of the victim has been confiscated for further investigation.

So far, the Police have no clear picture of what had taken place up to now. If you or anyone you know may have information as to what took place do not hesitate to contact the Police Detective Department at +1 721 54 22222 or the anonymous tip line on 9300 (free of charge).

You can also visit the website at www.policesxm.sx to report crime anonymously via the tip contact form, or you can leave a private message via our Facebook page (Police Force of Sint Maarten – Korps Politie Sint Maarten) if you know the suspect something.

This investigation is currently ongoing, more details into what took place will be provided as soon as they become available. The Police Force would like to express its condolence to the family of the deceased. — St Martin News Network

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