T&T mom found strangled

(Trinidad Express) A Chase Village mother of two is the first woman killed this year.

The body of Arisa David, 25, was found dead in her home at Limehead Road.

Police believe she was strangled.

A man was detained by police near the scene of the crime.

Officers of the Chaguanas Police Station were contacted by a relative of David’s who found her unresponsive at around 8 a.m. in her bedroom.

She was pronounced her dead at the scene.

Officers of the Homicide Region III have responded and are investigating.

And the body of a man was found at Las Lomas #1.

Police were called to Savary Road at around 10 a.m. after the man’s body was found in the bushes.

He too was pronounced dead at the scene.


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