School teacher dies mysteriously at home Print E-mail
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Thursday, 31 July 2014 00:00

The family of 28 year-old Steven John Michael Jr., a school teacher from St. Ephesus 7th. Day Adventist School continue to suspect that he was killed in his Belize City home, located at the corner of Jaguar Avenue and Tapir Street. Police, however, have not found anything to suggest to them that foul-play was an element in his sudden passing.

On Friday, July 25, just before 8 a.m., one of his neighours discovered that his front door was wide open. When his father, who lives nearby, was alerted, and when he went to check, Steven Michael Sr. found his son’s lifeless body on his bed. He had been bleeding from the nose, and there was a pool of blood under his head. The family suspects that he may have had a visitor or visitors who he allowed into his home. They believe that sometime during the socializing, he was clubbed in the head and then robbed. What they’ve determined is that his TV, his laptop, his cellular phone and his wallet were all missing.

But, while that is the suspicion of the family, investigators say that they have not found any physical signs of violence on the body which immediately suggests that he was attacked. They have spoken to the man who was one of the last people to see him alive. That man says that they left BTL Park at around 10 p.m. the previous night, and sometime during the night, Michael sent him a text message saying that he had a headache. He found on the next morning that Michael was dead.