A candle guard will be held on Monday for Shaker Heights teacher Aisha Fraser, 45, who was killed on Saturday.…
A candle guard will be held on Monday for Shaker Heights teacher Aisha Fraser, 45, who was killed on Saturday.
According to Cleveland.com, Shaker Heights responded to a dispute at 9:30, where Fraser’s in love, Lance Mason, tried to escape from the scene.
“In response to our response, we initiated an investigation into Aisha Fraser’s death.” As a result of our initial investigation, Lance Mason was arrested, “according to a SHPD incident report.
Shaker Police has not released any further information, but according to Cleveland.com, Mason is accused of phrasing Fraser at his home Saturday morning.
Mason served on the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas bench for seven years, which began in 2008. During that time, he was guilty of domestic violence and attempted an erroneous attack after having hit Fraser in front of his children in 201
4. He was interrupted from practicing law in 2015. Mason served nine months in prison for the event and released in 2016.
In August 2017, Cleveland Mayor employed Frank Jackson Mason as Head of Minority Development. On Saturday, the city released a statement that Mason had been fired and that the city would “fully cooperate with Shaker Heights in this investigation.”
“I extend my deepest sympathies to the Ms. Aisha Fraser family, especially for her children,” Jackson said in the press release.
The city’s statement states that Mason had been subjected to a breach of the cheese in the eastern suburb, but the Shaker police were not available for comments.
Fraser worked at Shaker Heights Schools for 16 years. She was a sixth grade teacher at Woodbury elementary.
Shaker School’s Interim Superintendent Dr. Stephen M. Wilkins issued a letter to family and staff.
“Aisha was a devoted mother and a long-time dedicated teacher to Woodbury students,” the letter stated. “She touched so many of our children’s lives and will be deeply missed. Her loss is unexpected and the effect of this news throughout our school meeting is unthinkable and profound.”
The letter notes that grief counselors will be available to students and staff .