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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. Rowland, who faces charges of kidnapping and murder, waived his right to appear in court.

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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. He was being held in the Richland County jail. Safety advocates urged college students to match the vehicle color and model, the license tag number, and the photo of their ride-share drivers before getting in a vehicle. The crime shook Columbia, the state capital where the University of South Carolina is one of the main economic engines.

Josephson was a student at the school. South Carolina Gov. Get all the day's most vital news with our Today's Headlines newsletter, sent every weekday morning.

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

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 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. Friday until her body was dumped in woods off a dirt road in Clarendon County about 65 miles kilometres away.

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. More Videos

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

The black sedan glided up to the Las Vegas hotel where Elizabeth Suarez was waiting to take an Uber home after a night of gambling. She recalled asking the driver: Are you waiting for Liz? Yeah, he responded. Get in. She had done it countless times. But that night in July , as the man veered off course toward a deserted parking lot, as he cranked up the radio and ignored her questions, as her real driver called her wondering where she was, Ms. Suarez said she realized with horror: This was not an Uber.

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.

But that moment when she got in that car would be the last time anyone would ever see her alive again.

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They Thought It Was Their Uber. But the Driver Was a Predator.

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Apr 1, - Nathaniel D. Rowland, 24, was arrested on Saturday for the murder of Samantha Josephson. Police believe she got into Rowland's car after mistaking it for her Uber ride. Student killed after mistaking suspect's car for her Uber could randomly select a person, a beautiful girl, and steal her life away.

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