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(SNO) — Around the time Kimberly De Leon was murdered on October 29, 2018, residents of The Morne, Castries, reported to the media of hearing seven to 10 gunshots.
De Leon, a mother of two, was reportedly found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds when police responded to the scene around 10:30 p.m. on that date.
However, a post-mortem has concluded that she sustained only one gunshot wound, and that was a fatal one to the head. That’s according to information from official law enforcement sources.
The post mortem was conducted last Friday, reportedly by a new pathologist, according to reliable sources.
De Leon’s husband, a senior police officer, has been fingered as a “person of interest” by the police due to prior domestic dispute reports involving the couple.
However, he is yet to be officially arrested or named a main suspect. He has proceeded on a 100-day vacation leave, police said.
De Leon, who worked as an accountant in the Ministry of Education, was 42 years old.
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