Samantha's University of South Carolina University murdered Samantha Josephine's "deaths", police said on Monday.
Police say that Josephine, a 21-year-old senior in South Carolina, was kidnapped and killed early on Friday after getting into a car wrongly thinking he was Uber. Nathaniel Rowland, 24, is accused of kidnapping and killing Josephine.
According to Cradden County Coroner Buckley Mock and the Rangaland arrest warrant, Josephus suffered wounds on his head, neck, face, upper body, legs and legs. Investigators did not say what weapon was used to kill Josephine. "Samantha was alone, there was absolutely no chance, no, the door was locked, and the safety locks were on, there was absolutely no chance," Father Josephine. Seymour said on Sunday night a vigil in Colombia
Joseph Gaul's blood and cell phone were found in the Rowland car the following evening when he was arrested two blocks from Columbus's Five Points, officials said. Her body was found in Clermonton County, about 65 miles away, in an area that the Colombian police chief missed Holbrooke, described as "very difficult to get to him unless you know how to get there."
appeared at an initial hearing. Sunday. He remains in jail in Richland County
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Josephine's family says he plans to attend the Drexel University Law School in Philadelphia after graduating in May. At the hearing on Sunday, Marcy Josephine remembers her daughter as "fluffy, loving, kind, and full of life."
"By contrast, Samantha valued human life and could never harm another soul," said Mars Josephine. "By contrast, Samantha had love in her heart and purpose in her life, the life he had brutally ended." Frank Miles, Paulina Deday and Associated Press contributed to this report.
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