Mexican Governor Says North Carolina Teacher Was Killed In Mexico

 

The governor of Chihuahua, Mexico says a missing North Carolina teacher was killed by a drug dealer in Mexico.  Patrick Braxton-Andrew went missing last month while on a walk in Urique.  In a Facebook post, Governor Javier Corral Jurado says the 34-year-old was killed in a "cowardly and brutal murder" by the Sinaloa cartel. The Spanish teacher was hiking in Copper Canyon, a popular tourist destination, when he was killed. Chihuahua state authorities are reportedly looking for those responsible for the death. Chihuahuan investigators haven't yet provided any details as to how or why the teacher and the cartel member crossed paths. Patrick's family said he died doing what he loved, which was traveling and meeting people.

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