For allegedly stabbing his mother to death and then dumping her body outside of their Tracy’s Landing, Maryland, home, the son of a cybersecurity professional who has worked for FEMA and the Pentagon have been charged with murder.

According to Anne Arundel County Police, Andrew Weylin Beavers, 23, fled the state in a vehicle owned by his mother Juanita Naomi Koilpillai, 58, and was apprehended on Saturday in Leesburg, Virginia.

On July 25, in the late afternoon, Koilpillai’s frightened boyfriend called Anne Arundel County Police to report that he couldn’t get in touch with her and that her car had vanished.

Juanita Naomi koilpillai cause of death
Juanita Naomi koilpillai cause of death

“Upon arrival… there was apparent blood located within the residence,” states a press release issued by Anne Arundel County. “As officers checked the residence and surrounding areas, the body of an adult female was located outside.”

What is Juanita Naomi koilpillai cause of death?

Anne Arundel police announced that Koilpillai’s death had been ruled a homicide by the medical examiner’s office, which listed the cause of death as “multiple sharp force injuries.”

When cops caught up with Beavers in Virginia, he had a “fresh laceration on his right hand… which he would not explain,” the statement said.

Koilpillai worked as a principal investigator for numerous U.S. agencies and was a member of FEMA’s enterprise security management team.

According to the Capital Gazette, she sold a business she founded with her ex-husband to Symantec and worked on Department of Defense efforts.

She founded a new software company in June, and according to reports, the Department of Homeland Security had given her the grant to help sell the company’s goods. The reason behind Koilpillai’s murder is still a mystery.

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