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Screen_Shot_2014-07-23_at_7.45.54_PM28 year old Felix Eduardo Alamilla was fatally stabbed this morning on Ambergris Caye allegedly by his common-law-wife. Alamilla was a caretaker and a resident of Mosquito Coast on the island.


Initial investigations revealed that at around 6:15 Alamilla was sleeping on a coach in the living room of a house located in the Boca Ceiga Area, south of San Pedro when he was allegedly stabbed with a knife by his common-law-wife 37 year old Mexican National Anabell Cumul. Alamilla, who we understand was the caretaker of the building, was stabbed on the head, chest area and leg.


It is alleged that the deceased had an affair outside their relationship and did not come home for two days; police are citing this case as a crime of passion.


Shortly after the incident, police say they apprehended Kumul at Tropic Air as she was boarding the plane out of the island. Kumul’s sister is also in custody pending charges since she tried to cover up the scene. The wounded Alamilla was rushed to the San Carlos Medical Clinic where Dr. Giovanni Solorzano pronounced him dead on arrival. Police have since detained Kumul who gave her caution statement late this evening. 


Alamilla’s body was transported to Belize City for a post mortem examination which was conducted late his evening. The results showed that he died from asphyxia due to bleeding. The incident has sparked the rage of islanders since there is a lack of 24 hour medical service on the island, a long standing problem for over 2 decades. 


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