Amanda Hicks Wiki – Amanda Hicks Biography

A beloved Florida high school teacher was found dead Saturday morning alongside a man in what police believe was a murder-suicide. Port St. Lucie police said in a statement that they arrived at a home for a wellness check on behalf of a family member of a man who lived there. When they arrived, the door was locked, but officers “could hear a baby inside the residence crying.”

Through a sliding door, officers saw two deceased people on the floor. “It appears that at this time, an adult female was killed by an adult male who then took his own life,” police said in the statement, adding that authorities believe the two “were romantically involved.”

Amanda Hicks Age

The age of Amanda Hicks was 26 years.


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Amanda Hickswas killed

Police have not identified the deceased, but Treasure Coast Newspapers and CBS12 report that Darcia Borel, principal of Anderson Middle School in Port St. Lucie, sent a memo to staff identifying the victim as 26-year-old Amanda Hicks.

“While words will never be enough to convey the shock and sadness this news has brought to our school family, it is more important than ever to come together to support one another on our journey of grief,” Borel’s memo read.

The identity of the man has not been made public. Police have not specified how the man and woman were killed. The police took the crying baby out of the crib. The baby was unharmed and is now with a relative.


Hicks’ friend, Raquel Magallon, described Hicks in an interview with WBPF, saying: “She just lit up the room. She had such a big and beautiful smile. She was always happy and always full of energy.” “She was just an angel,” Magallon said, adding, “she definitely made my day every time she saw her.”

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