After hearing that a student shot his own teacher and that an Alief ISD teacher was found dead in her backyard in a case of domestic violence, it’s really disappointing that authorities in America aren’t able to stop teachers from being killed in such a horrible way. We want the family of this 29-year-old woman named Wendy Duan to know that we are thinking of them and praying for them. May her soul rest in peace.
The Sugar Land Police Department’s investigation was very surprising and made a lot of things clear. Then, they looked for her and around 9:50 p.m., in the 1100 block of Oxford Mills Lane in New Territory, they found something strange and found her body. She taught first grade, and she had never told her about anything strange or dangerous. People now think this was a case of domestic violence, and the police have a man in custody as a suspect.
But they haven’t said anything about who they are. If you know anything about this case, you should go to the nearest police station and tell them. It’s a very strange situation, and we don’t know anything about the teacher because she’s not on social media. She only started teaching a few years ago, so she didn’t have a lot of experience, but she was learning and growing. Family and friends haven’t been on the news, and they don’t have anything to say about what happened.
Justice should be done, and it’s not a good or comfortable time for Americans because the news is always full of similar stories and it doesn’t seem like the government is doing anything to make things better. We can say that, in addition to being big and violent, they have also done a good job of lowering the number of murders. It’s about time that they did something, or else it won’t be a good place to live.
There is no information about their relationship status or whether a male partner did this. According to the reports, she didn’t have a degree or a history that made people suspicious. She was just a normal, honest teacher who worked every day to make a living. She was well-prepared and her students liked her, and no one ever said anything bad about how she taught.