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The mother of a South Carolina college student who was killed after she mistook a car for her Uber ride pleaded with a judge to keep the man charged in her daughter's death in jail. Nathaniel D. Rowland, 25, was arrested Saturday morning in connection with the murder of Samantha Josephson, who was reported missing on Friday afternoon after she failed to return home after a night out with friends. Josephson's body was discovered in a wooded area about 65 miles from Columbia in Clarendon County by two hunters around 4 p. He should never be given the right to walk free again for what he did to my daughter, or given the opportunity to hurt anyone else," Marci Josephson told a judge Sunday at a court hearing.

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Friday after being separated from her roommates during a night out in Columbia, South Carolina, police said Saturday. We are praying for the Josephson family and Samantha's friends in this incredibly sad time. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger.

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Cuomo: We are on the other side of the mountain. Hospitals frustrated by Remdesivir supply. Nathaniel David Rowland. About 14 hours later, turkey hunters found her body in a field 90 miles from Columbia, he said. Holbrook said he spoke with Josephson's family prior to the press conference. There is nothing tougher than to stand before a family and explain how a loved one was murdered," he said.

Nathaniel David Rowland, 24, has been arrested on charges of murder and kidnapping in connection with Josephson's death, Holbrook said. He is being held in jail in Columbia. CNN has not determined if he has a lawyer yet. Think you know how to Uber and Lyft? Make sure you're aware of these safety tips.

Rowland also faces two misdemeanor charges for failing to stop on police command and for simple possession of marijuana, Columbia Police Department Public Information Officer Jennifer Timmons said. Police are also questioning a female acquaintance of Rowland, who was in his vehicle at the time of his arrest, Timmons said. Timmons said the acquaintance is cooperating with law enforcement and that there is no indication at this time that she was in the vehicle when Josephson got in the car.

She does not face any charges from Columbia police at this time. Josephson's roommates began to worry when they hadn't heard from her later Friday morning.

Holbrook said, and they called the police around p. While Columbia police were starting their investigation, turkey hunters found a body around 4 p. Friday about 40 feet off a dirt road in a wooded area in Clarendon County, southeast of Columbia, Holbrook said. It was identified as Josephson's. Police searched for the car Josephson had gotten into and around 3 a. Saturday a Columbia officer saw the Impala and stopped the vehicle, Holbrook said.

When the officer asked the driver to get out the car, he ran but was quickly captured, the chief said. Blood found in the car's passenger side and trunk was matched to Josephson's, the chief said, and her cell phone was found in the passenger compartment. Investigators also found a container of liquid bleach, germicidal wipes and window cleaner in the vehicle, he said.

The vehicle police say Josephson had gotten into before her death. Holbrook also said the child safety locks in the Impala were activated, which would make it difficult for anyone to open the back doors from the inside.

Police haven't said how Josephson died and have not provided much information about Rowland, except to say he used to live in Clarendon County and knew the area where the body was found. CNN reached out to Uber Saturday, but the company declined to comment. Uber's online safety tips advise customers to check that the license plate, driver photo and driver name match what's listed in the app before getting in the car.

I will miss and love my baby girl for the rest of life. Samantha is no longer with us but she will not be for gotten sic. It is extremely hard to write this and post it but I love her with all my heart. I could continue to write about her but it kills me. I sit here and cry while looking at the picture and write this," his post read. USC President Harris Pastides released a statement saying "our prayers are with the family and friends of Samantha Josephson following the devastating news of her death.

Times like these leave me searching for words of wisdom and comfort. Pastides also advised students to "look out for one another, be active bystanders. Travel in groups and stay together. Robbinsville Township also released a statement on Facebook about Josephson. Joy Tozzi and everyone in Robbinsville Township are devastated by the news that the Josephson family of Robbinsville have lost their precious Samantha. Our thoughts, prayers, boundless grief and endless support are with Seymour, Marci and Sydney at this unimaginable time," the statement read.

South Carolina student killed after mistaking car for Uber ride

A man accused of killing a woman who got into his car thinking it was her Uber ride had activated the child locks in his backseat so the doors could only be opened from the outside, police in South Carolina said. Rowland, 24, was arrested and charged in the death of year-old Samantha Josephson of Robbinsville, New Jersey. Josephson had numerous wounds to her head, neck, face, upper body, leg and foot, according to arrest warrants released by the state law enforcement division. The documents did not say what was used to attack her. Rowland has recently lived in the area, he added.

The man accused of killing a woman who got into his car thinking it was her Uber ride had activated the child locks in his backseat so the doors could only be opened from the outside, police in South Carolina say. Rowland, 24, was arrested and charged in the death of year-old Samantha Josephson of Robbinsville, New Jersey.

But that moment when she got in that car would be the last time anyone would ever see her alive again. But for one woman, playing it safe was a fatal mistake. How do we make sure it never happens again? Josephson was only years-old.

Woman killed after getting into what she thought was an Uber

The man accused of killing a woman who got into his car thinking it was her Uber ride had turned on the child locks in his back seat so the doors could be opened only from the outside, police in South Carolina say. Rowland, 24, was arrested and charged in the death of year-old Samantha Josephson of Robbinsville, N. Friday until her body was dumped in woods off a dirt road in Clarendon County about 65 miles away. Josephson had numerous wounds to her head, neck, face, upper body, leg and foot, according to arrest warrants released Sunday by the state Law Enforcement Division. The night after Josephson was kidnapped, a Columbia officer noticed a black Chevrolet Impala about two blocks from the Five Points bars where Josephson was taken. The driver ran but was arrested after a short chase, Holbrook said. Rowland is charged with kidnapping and murder, Holbrook said.

S. Carolina college student killed by man she mistook for her Uber driver: police

Friday after being separated from her roommates during a night out in Columbia, South Carolina, police said Saturday. We are praying for the Josephson family and Samantha's friends in this incredibly sad time. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.

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She thought it was her Uber. Student got into wrong car and was killed, police say

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Mar 31, - A college student got into a car she thought was her Uber, police say. She was found dead in a field. By Amir Vera, CNN. Updated PM ET.

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