Her daughter, Samantha Josephson, 21, was found dead in the field at about 14 hours after she got into a vehicle that she mistakenly considered her Uber, police reported in Columbia, South Carolina. After Rowland's arrest, the police found the blood of Josephson and her cell phone in her vehicle, police said.
"His selfish, indescribable and violent actions have created a hole in the universe," said Marcy Josephson. "The hole in our universe, and we see an incredible ripple …"
She said her daughter worked hard, should finish USC in May and planned to go to law school in September. Marsie Josephson said she does not understand how a person can "accidentally choose a man, a beautiful girl and steal her life."
"There is no word to describe great pain, its actions have caused our families and friends to take away part of our heart, soul and life," said Josephson. scheduled suicide on Sunday, said Katharine Richardson, a law enforcement spokeswoman for South Carolina. Phillinger Pringle, a public defender of Rowland, said on Sunday that he has no applications on behalf of his client at this time.
She appealed to the court to forbid the Rowland's mortgage or placement of bonds.
"He should never be given the right to go back freely for what he did to my daughter, or he was given the opportunity to injure someone else," she said.
Richardson says that it is not clear when the next opening of the Rowland court will be.
A university spokeswoman told WIS that at 19:30 in the evening, a worship service will be held at the USC campus in honor of Samantha Josephson.
Uber's mistake trip was deadly, police say
Samantha Josephson called Uber about 2:00 pm after being separated from roommate overnight, said Colombian Police Chief Wh "Skipping" Holbrooke during a press conference on Saturday.
Josephson jumped into the black Chevy Impala, thinking that it was her trip and after about 14 hours, hunters from Turkey found her body in a field 90 miles from Columbia, – he said.
"Now we know that she was, in fact, calling Uber a ride and waiting for Uber to go to come," said Holbrooke, referring to the observation footage. "We believe that she simply mistakenly got into this particular car, thinking that it was a Uber ride."
The body of Josephson was found in numerous wounds, including the head, neck, face, upper body, leg and leg, according to arrest warrants for Nathaniel Rowland. released by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED).
The SLED order also states that Josephson's blood was found in the trunk and passenger car that Rowland was driving when he was arrested.
Rowland was arrested at the beginning of Saturday after the officer saw how he was managing Impala. He faced charges of murder and kidnapping in connection with the death of Josephson, said Holbrook. He is being held at Columbia Prison.
Rowland also faces two guilty charges for not stopping at the police command and for the mere possession of marijuana, Jennifer Timmons, Colonel's Public Information Officer, said.
Police also interrogate a friend of Rowland who was in his
Governor of South Carolina is responsible for the death of a student
Gov. Henry McMaster said on Twitter on Saturday that he was "devastated" about Josephson's death.
"She was one of the brightest young stars at @uofsc," read his tweet. "I ask every South Carolina to join us in prayer for Josephson's seven. Let's also pray for the men and women of law enforcement because they are fighting for the advent of evil for justice.
Colombian Mayor Stephen Benjamin said:" Nothing do not hate the pain of losing the child, but I have complete faith and confidence in the men and women of the Columbia Police Department & SLED when they are skillfully investigating this tragedy. "
Pastdi also advised students "to look at each other, to be active observers.
Holly Silverman of CNN contributed to this report.