Teacher In Apparent Mu*der-su*cide Identified By Martin County School District

FLORIDA’S PORT ST. LUCIE — The Martin County School District revealed on Sunday that the lady who perished in an apparent mu*der-su*cide in an apartment where a screaming baby was discovered uninjured worked as a middle school educator in Stuart.

At Stuart’s Dr. David L. Anderson Middle School, Amanda Hicks was a teacher.

Investigators with the Port St. Lucie police believe the man ki!!ed the woman before ki!!ing himself. To safeguard the identities of crime victims, the agency won’t reveal either person’s name. Marsy’s Law supports this decision.

Teacher In Apparent Murder-suicide Identified By Martin County School District

A Martin County School District spokesperson, Jennifer DeShazo, told Stephanie Susskind of WPTV that “one of our teachers was the victim” in the incident.

For staff members or children who require a listening ear, grief counselors will be on hand at the school on Tuesday, DeShazo said.

WPEC CBS12 News shared a tweet about Amanda Hicks was the victim of Saturday’s apparent murder-suicide:

Even though there is no school in Martin County today, teachers are allowed to work, and parents are welcome to bring their children to the campus to visit with a counselor.

Lt. Keith Boham said in a press release that police were called to the Peacock Run apartment complex on Northwest East Torino Parkway, west of the Florida Turnpike, to check on the well-being of a male resident.

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The police came to find the house locked, but the sound of a baby crying could be heard within.

Officers observed two individuals lying on the floor inside through a back sliding door, Boham claimed.

Port St. Lucie police officers forced their way into the house and took the crying infant away. A family member is currently caring for the infant.

Police withheld the child’s gender and the details of the man and woman’s deαths.

Boham stated that detectives were seeking no other potential suspects.

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