Juanita Koilpillai Wiki – Juanita Koilpillai Biography
Juanita Koilpillai was a native of Genoa Road in Tracys Landing, Who was killed by her cybersecurity executive son. Andrew Beavers, 23, who lived with his mother at her house, was arrested Saturday in Leesburg, Virginia, and charged with first- and second-degree murder, the Capital Gazette reported.
She was 58 years old.
According to the news outlet, Sri Lanka-born Koilpillai — whom a close friend described as a “certifiable genius” – was reported missing by her boyfriend on July 25 after he found blood in her home.
The Gazette said that the police later discovered her body hidden outside and her car in Leesburg, Virginia, where the suspect’s father lives and where his mother had another residence.
When police interviewed Beavers a day after Koilpillai’s body was found, they noticed he had a fresh cut on his right hand that he could not explain.
The medical examiner has determined that the woman died from multiple injuries from a sharp object. Beavers’ and Koilpillai’s DNA has been found on a knife, according to the report.
Andrew Beavers Arrested
An accomplished cybersecurity executive who once consulted for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission was reportedly killed in her Maryland home by her son.
Her 23-year-old son Andrew Beavers was arrested on July 31.
Koilpillai, who created several successful cybersecurity start-ups, moved to the waterfront home in Tracys Landing on the Chesapeake Bay and enjoyed a new chapter in her life with her boyfriend, friends told the outlet.
She was described as a master gardener, a talented chef, a charismatic hostess, and a brilliant tech professional who flew planes and produced community films with her ex-husband.
“I’ll say (she was) a certifiable genius,” Ron Martin, a close friend, and professor at Capitol Technology University told the Capital Gazette.
Koilpillai studied math at Women’s Christian College in Madras, India, and earned a master’s in computer science and math at the University of Kansas, the outlet reported.
She worked in computer security and network management for 30 years and contributed to the National Institute of Standards and Technology.