Found Deceased NE - Sydney Loofe, 24, Lincoln, 15 Nov 2017 - #3

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  1. HuskerGal

    HuskerGal Well-Known Member

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    The only thing that stuck out at me was from here:

    Aubrey Trail not present for his trial Tuesday


    They were taken into custody around 6 a.m. The vehicle they were traveling in was a silver 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring obtained from Kaitlyn Brandle.


    New evidence presented Tuesday showed that Trail traded his black Ford 500 for the Sebring on Nov. 23. Trail also paid Brandle $1,000, according to a handwritten bill of sale.




    Is this the Katie?
     
  2. J@cknsal1y

    J@cknsal1y Well-Known Member

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    Lori Pilger on Twitter
    In a Facebook video the jury saw Tuesday, Aubrey Trail initially claimed he and Bailey Boswell knew nothing of Sydney Loofe's disappearance. Trail later said she died at his hands. but that it was an accident and that Boswell wasn't there when it happened.

    Lori Pilger on Twitter
    FBI Special Agent Mike Maseth testified Tuesday about how they made an emergency request to Facebook and Verizon to track the video to a Trac phone that had only made one call. It was earlier that day to the Windmill Inn in Branson, where Trail and Boswell were arrested Nov. 30.
     
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    J@cknsal1y Well-Known Member

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    Lori Pilger on Twitter
    A day after Aubrey Trail shocked court-goers by proclaiming Bailey Boswell’s innocence before slashing at his neck in an apparent suicide attempt, his murder trial for the killing of Sydney Loofe went forward without him.

    Lori Pilger on Twitter
    At a break, Trail's attorney, Joe Murray, said: “It is what it is. It’s the hand we were dealt, and we’re going to play it.” He said Trail needed stitches for the wound to his neck but that he was treated and released from the hospital. He chose not to be in court Tuesday.

    Lori Pilger on Twitter
    Joe Murray said the issue of a mistrial was raised, but the law in Nebraska is that a defendant’s actions cannot cause a mistrial. He said it also wasn't an admission of guilt. Trail had shouted “Bailey is innocent & I curse you all” before slashing at his neck with a blade.
     
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    I am baffled is this Katelyn Brandel the same as the name Kaitlyn Randell that was found on a prescription bottle in their apartment?! Was the name just reported or typed wrong and also curious is this “Katie”?

    Edited because autocorrect changed brandel to Brandee when I first typed it
     
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  5. J@cknsal1y

    J@cknsal1y Well-Known Member

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    Lori Pilger on Twitter
    A day after Aubrey Trail shocked court-goers by proclaiming Bailey Boswell’s innocence before slashing at his neck in an apparent suicide attempt, his murder trial for the killing of Sydney Loofe went forward without him.

    Lori Pilger on Twitter
    At a break, Trail's attorney, Joe Murray, said: “It is what it is. It’s the hand we were dealt, and we’re going to play it.” He said Trail needed stitches for the wound to his neck but that he was treated and released from the hospital. He chose not to be in court Tuesday.

    Lori Pilger on Twitter
    Joe Murray said the issue of a mistrial was raised, but the law in Nebraska is that a defendant’s actions cannot cause a mistrial. He said it also wasn't an admission of guilt. Trail had shouted “Bailey is innocent & I curse you all” before slashing at his neck with a blade.
     
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  6. J@cknsal1y

    J@cknsal1y Well-Known Member

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    I think so — bbm
    Aubrey Trail decides not to attend trial on Tuesday; his attorney says he required stitches
     
  7. enw10110

    enw10110 Well-Known Member

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    Probably. [dbm], so maybe she's the blonde with BB that day. That would make sense considering AT even said she was around.

    edited because I didn't want it to sound like I'm sleuthing her
     
  8. Hatfield

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    Wow. Havent followed this case much but wow.

    I watched a documentary once that showed how prisoners can make weapons that are used for stabbing and cutting.

    One easy method they use is to get ahold of a regular plastic disposable razor and they take it apart to get out the small thin razor blades and then what they do is get a toothbrush and melt the blundt end where they insert the small razor blade into the melted plastic until it hardens. Presto. They now have a killing weapon with a razor blade attached to the end for slashing.

    Maybe something like that is how he managed to smuggle it into the courtroom.
     
  9. J@cknsal1y

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    OWH Cops Reporters on Twitter
    In Aubrey Trail’s trial Tuesday afternoon, a Lincoln investigator laid out how he plotted the two cellphones carried by Trail’s girlfriend, Bailey Boswell, on a 3-hour, 150-mile trip west of Wilber on Nov. 16, to allegedly deposit the remains of Sydney Loofe's body.

    OWH Cops Reporters on Twitter
    The investigator, Robert Hurley, said it took him until Dec. 4 to finish the complicated task of plotting the cellphones and their distance and direction from cellphone towers, and to direct the final searches to a gravel road north of Edgar, Nebraska.

    OWH Cops Reporters on Twitter
    Later on Dec. 4, an upper arm from Loofe's body was found in a ditch along the road.

    OWH Cops Reporters on Twitter
    "I was finding a lot of areas where they drove really, really slow or it was stop and go," Hurley testified. That made him suspect that's where Trail and Boswell deposited Loofe's dismembered body.
     
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    OWH Cops Reporters on Twitter
    In Aubrey Trail’s trial Tuesday afternoon, a Lincoln investigator laid out how he plotted the two cellphones carried by Trail’s girlfriend, Bailey Boswell, on a 3-hour, 150-mile trip west of Wilber on Nov. 16, to allegedly deposit the remains of Sydney Loofe's body.

    OWH Cops Reporters on Twitter
    The investigator, Robert Hurley, said it took him until Dec. 4 to finish the complicated task of plotting the cellphones and their distance and direction from cellphone towers, and to direct the final searches to a gravel road north of Edgar, Nebraska.

    OWH Cops Reporters on Twitter
    Later on Dec. 4, an upper arm from Loofe's body was found in a ditch along the road.

    OWH Cops Reporters on Twitter
    "I was finding a lot of areas where they drove really, really slow or it was stop and go," Hurley testified. That made him suspect that's where Trail and Boswell deposited Loofe's dismembered body.
     
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    wowza, can't imagine the family have to sit there listening to this testimony. damn.

    also edit to say, does anyone ever know what came of the jury seeing these photos? I know part of the reason he was trying to plead guilty to the human remains charge was to avoid jury from seeing pictures of this.
     
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    Going on the run out of country:
    Must pack maps, candy bars, and sex toys. :rolleyes: o_O
     
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    Paul Hammel on Twitter
    The most unsettling day of testimony in the murder trial of Aubrey Trail was today — and he opted to not come to court. Jurors heard about the discovery of Sydney Loofe’s body parts, and how they were located

    Paul Hammel on Twitter
    Her family, who have faithfully sat in the front row of the courtroom, moved to the back during that testimony. And Sydney’s mother and sister did not attend. @OWHnews
     
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    Aubrey Trail murder trial continues...without the defendant
     
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    Aubrey Trail not present for trial Tuesday, evidence presented on Loofe's body's recovery
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    Investigators describe using technology to locate Trail, Boswell, and to find Sydney Loofe's body

    "As testimony turned to the discovery of Loofe’s body on Tuesday, her family members, who had been sitting in the front row during the trial, moved to the back of the courtroom. Sydney’s mother and sister did not attend that portion of the testimony.

    At least a couple of the jurors appeared disturbed after a prosecutor, Mike Guinan of the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office, slowly displayed the photo of the first body part found — Loofe’s upper arm, which had a distinctive tattoo — to the jurors, one by one. One female juror closed her eyes after glancing at the picture."

    "Trail’s attorneys objected to every photo of body parts shown to the jury. They maintain that the photos will prejudice the jury against their client, who pleaded guilty to improper disposal of human remains just before the beginning of the trial on June 17.

    McBride is expected to resume his testimony Wednesday about the 17 “scenes” along the gravel roads were evidence was marked."
     
  17. J@cknsal1y

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    Looks like they did see some today
    Investigators describe using technology to locate Trail, Boswell, and to find Sydney Loofe's body
     
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    I understood Randall not Brandl
     
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    There was one photo that was only shown to the jury and not displayed to the rest of courtroom. The remaining photos were primarily black plastic trash bags and the investigator said what was in them
     
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