A man has been taken into custody by the police after the body of a university lecturer was discovered in her residence. Dr. Antonella Castelvedere, who was 52 years old and taught at the University of Suffolk, passed away in a residence located on Wickham Road in the city of Colchester, Essex.
On Wednesday, June 1, shortly after 11:45 a.m., officers from the Essex Police Department responded to an address in response to concerns regarding the welfare of a female resident.
When officers arrived, they discovered a woman who had suffered terrible injuries, and she passed away at the site.
According to the police department, authorities also found a man who was injured at the location, and they arrested him on suspicion of murder before taking him to the hospital for treatment.
Police have not named the deceased woman, but the University of Suffolk said in a statement: “The University of Suffolk community is deeply saddened by the untimely death of Dr. Antonella Castelvedere.
“Antonella was a widely respected and well-liked member of staff at the university where she was an outstanding academic in English and Critical Writing.
“Our thoughts are with her family at this very difficult time.”
Detective Chief Inspector Antony Alcock, of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, who is leading the investigation, said detectives were “continuing to piece together the circumstances which led up to this incident”.
He said inquiries “suggest this was an isolated incident and there is no threat posed to the wider public in Colchester”.
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Antonella Castelvedere, the late university lecturer, before her death, never shared any information about her husband. However, After she was found dead in her home in Essex, the police are continuing to question a person of interest in the homicide investigation.