Body Of North Carolina College Student Discovered In Towed Car’s Trunk: Know More Here

After a woman’s body was discovered within the trunk of a car that had been hauled from a private lot, a guy from Edenton, North Carolina, is accused of killing her.

Body Of North Carolina College Student Discovered In Towed Car's Trunk: Know More Here

According to the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (NCSBI), on January 17, a woman’s body was discovered in the trunk of Jordan Isaiah Thomas’s car in Beaufort County.

According to a press release from the NCSBI, the victim is thought to be a student at Elizabeth City State University, age 19. The NCSBI stated that the medical examiner’s office, which will also ascertain the cause of death, is awaiting a definite identification.

According to investigators, the car was parked in a private company’s lot on U.S. Highway 264 in Washington, North Carolina.

After the car was transported to a nearby facility, a tow truck business employee discovered a body within the trunk.

Detectives found after investigating that Thomas had parked his car in the private lot before robbing a truck from the same spot.

Later on, in Washington, North Carolina, the stolen truck was discovered at a local hospital. Thomas was apprehended there as well.

Given that evidence was collected from Thomas’s Edenton home, NCSBI detectives stated they now suspect the deceased was slain somewhere other than where the car was discovered. It is still being looked into whether the murder happened at the Edenton house or somewhere else.

The victim and Thomas were acquainted, the investigators added.

Thomas faces charges related to larceny of a motor vehicle, homicide, and hiding a death.

The inquiry is still on.

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