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21:40  16 december  2018
21:40  16 december  2018 Source:   wcnc.com

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Slain Mooresville teacher laid to rest in Davidson. WCNC-TV Charlotte. RELATED: Mooresville teacher killed in Mexico may have been mistaken for DEA agent, report says. Braxton-Andrew was an eighth-grade Spanish teacher at Woodlawn School in Mooresville, North Carolina and a 2006

Drug cartel killed NC teacher thinking he was DEA agent, Mexican newspapers report. People in the area reportedly told El Sol de Mexico that Davidson College graduate Patrick Braxton-Andrew aroused suspicion because he “asked a lot” of questions about local culture and was “a gringo (who)

A Mooresville teacher whose body was found in Mexico last month was laid to rest in Davidson on Saturday.

Patrick Braxton-Andrew disappeared in October following a walk in the small hiking village of Urique. He was expected to meet his brother, Kerry, in Mexico City, but he never showed.

According to the Mexican newspaper, El Diario, Braxton-Andrew may have been mistaken for a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent. The 34-year-old was found in a shallow grave; the Sinaloa Cartel was believed to be behind the murder.

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A Mooresville teacher whose body was found in Mexico last month was laid to rest in Davidson on Saturday. His new girlfriend lay down by his side as he As the graphic details of her daughter’s death were laid out in court, Martinez’s mother, Cora, began to weep. Crawford took notes and appeared to

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Braxton-Andrew was an eighth-grade Spanish teacher at Woodlawn School in Mooresville, North Carolina and a 2006 graduate of Davidson College.

Friends and family gathered Saturday at Davidson College Presbyterian Church to honor his life.

Before Braxton-Andrew's body was found, the town of Davidson pulled together in the hope of bringing him home. Neighbors put up ribbons.

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"Davidson is such a small town community that when one of our own has something going on whether you know that person or not, the whole town tends to rally around that person," Leigh-Ann Mueller previously told NBC Charlotte.

The U.S. State Department is providing help to the Mexican government to bring Braxton-Andrew's killer to justice.

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