N Touch
Friday 17 August 2018
follow us

Tobago teacher dies of blunt force trauma to head

AN autopsy on 24-year-old nursery school teacher Kayla Marie Cain-Solomon, of Lowlands Tobago, has determined that she died as a result of craniocerebral injuries due to multiple blunt force trauma to the head. The autopsy was done by Dr Eslyn McDonald-Burris at the Scarborough General Hospital mortuary on Monday.

Cain-Solomon was attacked with a hammer by a man known to her on Friday last. She was at the home of a fellow school teacher in Lambeau Village, Tobago. The man has not yet been arrested.

The incident occurred at about 8.20am at a house next to the Dorothy Moses Nursery School in full view of the victim’s two children ages five and seven.

Jerry Ali, a member of the school board, confirmed that classes will resume tomorrow after a PTA meeting with parents yesterday.

This brings to two the murder toll in Tobago for 2018.

On January 24, Tobago entrepreneur 47-year-old James Wise was found unresponsive at about 6 am in the yard of his home at Crompston Trace in Crown Point. The father of three was lying face down and there were visible chop wounds on his head.


Reply to "Tobago teacher dies of blunt force trauma to head"