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A university student in the US has allegedly been murdered after mistakenly entering a car she thought was an Uber she had ordered. Samantha Josephson had been out with her roommates in Columbia, South Carolina, and had arranged an Uber ride when she became separated from them. When she failed to return home concerns were raised with authorities, Columbia police chief Skip Holbrook said. Initially, investigators treated it as a missing person case but it became a murder investigation when Ms Josephson's body was found in secluded woods by two turkey hunters, about kilometres from where she had been picked up. The next night a police officer noticed a black Chevrolet Impala near where the year-old University of South Carolina student was last seen. As police approached the car, its driver Nathaniel David Rowland started running but he was apprehended after a short chase.

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US student allegedly murdered after getting into a car she thought was her Uber ride

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CCTV has captured the fatal mistake this student made when she thought a luxury car she climbed into was the Uber she had ordered. Police believe a year-old South Carolina college student was murdered after she got into the wrong car thinking it was her Uber. Samantha Josephson was last seen getting into a luxury late-model Chevy outside a bar in Five Points, Columbia, about 2am on Friday. CCTV footage shows Ms Josephson talking on the phone nearby crowds of revellers, before a car pulls up and she swiftly jumps into the back seat of the vehicle.

Police now believe Ms Josephson got into the Chevy, mistakenly thinking it was an Uber she had ordered. They suspect the driver, Nathaniel David Rowland, 24, brutally murdered her before dumping her body in the woods.

In chilling CCTV footage from moments before her disappearance, the college senior talks on the phone and waits on the corner surrounded by crowds of people in the bustling Five Points street. The black Chevy Impala then pulls into a parking space in front of Ms Josephson, who gets into the car. They then departed with the suspect driving, according to police. Samantha's mother said her daughter had plans to attend law school.

Police believe she got into the wrong car, mistaking it for an Uber she'd ordered. Source:New York Post. Police believed from the descriptions of the body and the clothing that the deceased was likely the missing student. They also saw what they believed to be blood throughout the car, and in the boot of the vehicle.

They also discovered the child locks had been activated inside the car. Mr Rowland was arrested and will be charged with kidnapping and murder. He declined to appear at his jail hearing yesterday. Ms Josephson waited outside a bar before entering this late model Chevy. Source: Columbia Police Source:Supplied. Log in No account? Sign up Log out news. Her body was found dumped on the roadside by two turkey hunters, 14 hours after she disappeared.

Police said she had suffered numerous wounds on her head, neck, face, upper body, leg and foot. Share on Facebook. City stamps people exposed to the virus. Famous designer, 70, reveals fitness secrets.

Killing of South Carolina student who mistook car for Uber prompts rideshare-safety campaign

Marci and Seymour Josephson plan to launch new ride-sharing safety initiatives in daughter Samantha Josephson's name. South Carolina is one of those states. This simple first step should make it easier for riders to identify their vehicles, lawmakers hope. The bill, known as the Samantha L.

The University of South Carolina is launching a campaign called "What's My Name" to help students stay safe when using rideshares following the killing of a student who got in a car she thought was her Uber. The body of Samantha Josephson , 21, was found Friday hours after she was reported missing when she failed to return home from a night out with friends.

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A Girl Was Found Dead in South Carolina After Getting Into a Car She Thought Was Her Uber

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 New details in death of college student. First tropical storm of the season likely to develop this weekend. Commissioner on what happens if there is no MLB this year. Virus cuts off lifeline for many of the world's poorest. Greta Thunberg urges public to listen to the experts.

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CCTV has captured the fatal mistake this student made when she thought a luxury car she climbed into was the Uber she had ordered. Police believe a year-old South Carolina college student was murdered after she got into the wrong car thinking it was her Uber. Samantha Josephson was last seen getting into a luxury late-model Chevy outside a bar in Five Points, Columbia, about 2am on Friday. CCTV footage shows Ms Josephson talking on the phone nearby crowds of revellers, before a car pulls up and she swiftly jumps into the back seat of the vehicle.

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.

South Carolina: A South Carolina man has been charged in the murder of a University of South Carolina student who may have gotten into her killer's car mistakenly believing that it was her Uber ride, police said. Nathaniel Rowland, 24, was charged with the murder and kidnapping of Samantha Josephson, 21, who was last seen outside of Five Points bar in Columbia, South Carolina early Friday morning, Columbia Police Chief William Holbrook said during a news conference on Saturday evening. Her friends called the authorities to report a missing person about 12 hours later after they had not seen Josephson since she left the bar the night before, he said.

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A University of South Carolina student was found dead after getting in a car this weekend that she thought was her Uber, according to police. Samantha Josephson, a senior, got separated from her roommates during a night out in Columbia, South Carolina. She called an Uber and got into a car she thought was her ride. Turkey hunters found her body 14 hours later about 90 miles from where she was last seen. Holbrook said during a press conference Saturday. They had gone out together on Thursday night.

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