Body Of Murdered NC Spanish Teacher Found In Mexico

Body Of Murdered NC Spanish Teacher Found In Mexico

A North Carolina schoolteacher who disappeared last month while out for a walk in Mexico is dead, according to a post on the verified Facebook page of the Governor of Chihuahua.

After weeks of searching, the governor of the Mexican state of Chihuahua announced Thursday that Braxton-Andrew died on October 28, the day he was last seen leaving for a walk near his hotel. They said police told them last week Patrick had been killed by drug traffickers. His body had not yet been found. "We love you PBA", family and friends wrote in a Facebook post.

A Facebook page set up to find Braxton-Andrew said that Chihuahua state authorities had confirmed the death and are searching for those responsible to bring them to justice.

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Braxton-Andrew, 34, graduated from Davidson College and taught Spanish at the private Woodlawn School in Mooresville.

Braxton-Andrew died that day "at the hands of a criminal organization that operates in the area where he was traveling", the page stated on Thursday.

"We are very, very proud of Patrick, and of the way he lived".

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