A woman faces possible charges of murder following the fatal stabbing of her common-law husband, Felix Eduardo Alamilla, 28, of San Pedro Town.
The incident happened at around 5 a.m. on Wednesday at Alamilla’s workplace, about five miles outside of the town where he was the caretaker of a building.
According to Sergeant Lenancio Bol, the relief supervisor at the San Pedro Police Formation, Alamilla suffered stab wounds to the left side of his head, upper left side of his chest, and left upper thigh. He died at around 6:30 a.m.
Police have recovered a number of knives from Alamilla’s room, one of which appeared to have bloodstains.
That knife will be sent for testing at the laboratory for a determination on whether it is blood or not.
The Reporter understands that Alamilla’s common-law wife went to his room after he had gone socializing for the past few days and did not return home.
Her efforts to try to reach him by phone had also reportedly gone unanswered. The two, it is reported, became embroiled in a dispute that ended with the fatal stabbing.
Police have also detained a man who was present when they arrived at the scene.
They also say that they have no previous complaint of domestic problems between the deceased and their main suspect.