A 27-year-old student of Saba University School of Medicine was arrested by the police on Monday in connection with the homicide of medical student Kavya Guda.
The police informed the media on Tuesday of the arrest of the Medical School student who resides in The Bottom, under suspicion of involvement in the homicide. Guda (24) was found dead in her apartment in The Bottom on Wednesday, April 15.
Investigators from the Netherlands, the Caribbean Netherlands Police Force and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States are still working on solving the case, which is codenamed “Hector.” Several homes were searched in the investigations, most recently on Tuesday, May 2. According to Chief Prosecutor Henry Hambeukers in Bonaire, the suspect will be questioned in the coming days. Hambeukers said it is very likely the suspect will be sent to Bonaire, possibly later this week, because the facilities in Bonaire are better equipped for detention than those in Saba. Hambeukers assured The Daily Herald that the arrest was made with “utmost care” and after thorough investigations.
Source: The Daily Herald.
On Monday June 1st an arrest was made in the Hector investigation. A 27-year old student was arrested on Saba on suspicion of involvement in the death of the victim found in April.
In the framework of the investigation no further announcements will be made.
Press release RCN, June 2, 2015