Samantha Josephson from New Jersey was Friday, around two hours during the night for the last seen as they left the bar left in a car, stepped for the door was parked. On beveiligingsbeelden is to see how the woman in the bar and getting into a black Chevrolet Impala get. A few minutes later arrived her real Uber, but the woman was already gone. The driver cancelde the ride.
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Cont'd: Here's another picture of Josephson when she was last seen on Harden Street talking on the phone. Pay close attention to what she was wearing early this a.m. Call @MidlandsCrime at 1-888-CRIME-SC w/your helpful tips regarding her whereabouts. pic.twitter.com/PZSokgwFYNColumbia Police Dept(@ ColumbiaPDSC) link
The next day encountered hunters on the body of the woman in the fields outside the city and turn the police immediately. The owner of the car was the same day arrested after agents the vehicle suddenly saw driving by. The 24-year-old Nathaniel David Rowland, who's now suspected of kidnapping and murder.
The investigation regarding USC student Samantha Josephson is now a homicide case. Her body was found by hunters in rural Clarendon Co. late yesterday afternoon. Suspect Nathaniel Rowland has been charged w/ Murder & Kidnapping by SLED. Agents have been an integral part in case. pic.twitter.com/2tj8TVRAexColumbia Police Dept(@ ColumbiaPDSC) link
According to the police in the car blood traces found of the student. Also the police discovered her phone. Investigation revealed that the suspect had tried to get with bleach, wet wipes, and a bactericidal agent to the tracks.
According to the police had the car a child safety lock in the back, so the back seat would not be able to escape. “They had an Uber recalled. We assume that they are on that Uber was waiting for, but the simple mistake in the wrong car steps,” says police chief William Holbrook.
“Our hearts are broken”
#CPDSCInvestigates | Missing Person Alert: 21-year-old Samantha Josephson was last seen by friends at 715 Harden St. b/w 1:30 & 2:00 this morning. Loved ones have not been able to make contact with her since. They're worried about her well-being & safety. pic.twitter.com/PITpUh1eUhColumbia Police Dept(@ ColumbiaPDSC) link
The girl's father confirmed her death in an emotional message on Facebook shared. “I will my little girl always love my whole life long and I will really miss. I can learn more about her writing, but it is so heavy. I'm sitting here crying while I look her picture look and write.”
More than ten thousand people on the heart-rending message to respond to the grieving father and family a heart under the belt to sting.