We just don't know the details of the crime yet, that will come out over time.This is utterly horrific. He should have never been out on the streets in the first place. This makes me so mad and angry.
He’s not only taken her life but her parents life as they knew it is over too.
How did he get access to her apartment? She was found inside her apartment, and neighbours say they heard no noise.
It’s not making sense
He's charged with first degree murder, which in Maryland includes murder in the course of another felony. So if there was evidence of SA, that would probably be included in the felony murder charge.It's probably too soon for a possible rape charge. They only found her yesterday. I'm sure they are doing exams, gathering evidence.
are there security cameras? anything that would prevent him from following her in or doing some kind of delivery and staying in the building?According to local Fox45, the company is in the same building as her apartment. Her neighbor didn't hear anything.
I'm sitting here thinking about how much she packed into her short life. What an accomplished young woman. Truly impressive what she has done. We lost an extraordinary person.
Agree, her tech startup employed 30 and she helped many others do the same, at such a young age. Loss to that community as well as the city of Baltimore, and of course her family, friends and colleagues.I'm sitting here thinking about how much she packed into her short life. What an accomplished young woman. Truly impressive what she has done. We lost an extraordinary person.
When the perp was her age, he was in prison for violent crimes.
The difference is striking and, honestly, painful to think about. Lost potential is the theme of this case, imo.
IMO it wasn't targeted.are there security cameras? anything that would prevent him from following her in or doing some kind of delivery and staying in the building?
6'4" and 305 lbs... BTW do people think he attacked her because she was famous or just went after anyone anyone he ran across?
I agree. I think it was a random act of violence.IMO it wasn't targeted.
She could have been in the office or coming or going from the office after hours. She lived on the top floor in the same building her company was located in. It was probably convenient for her to come and go frequently.
Can someone explain how someone can be paroled 10 years into a 30 year sentence? I’m not from the US so I’m confused. Are they only supposed to serve a third?