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Disturbing new details have emerged from the preliminary hearing of two former Virginia Tech students charged in the disappearance and death of a 13-year-old girl.
David Eisenhauer, 18, is charged with kidnapping and first-degree murder in the January stabbing death of Blacksburg seventh-grader Nicole Lovell.
Natalie Keepers, 19, is charged with being an accessory to kidnapping and murder and with helping hide the body.
Graphic details – including how Keepers and Eisenhauer had disposed of Lovell’s body – were revealed, causing the victim’s father to break down in tears. Lovell’s mother, Tammy Weeks, was also visibly upset and at one point ran out of the courtroom.
Victim Nicole Lovell, 13 was found dead in Surry County, North Carolina late February after Eisenhauer allegedly lured her out of her home with the promise of a date on January 27.
At a previous hearing, a prosecutor said the two college students from Maryland met at a fast-food restaurant on January 26 to plan Lovells’s death, and the court heard on Friday that they pair considered drugging the girl, staging a suicide or knocking her unconscious and leaving her outside to die of exposure.
In the end, they decided he should lure the teen from her home and then slit her throat.
At the Friday hearing, Blacksburg police Det. Ryan Hite told the court that during Keepers’ interview with police, she told investigators she was not present during the murder but took part in the planning.
When police were investigating Lovell’s disappearance, they were led to Eisenhauer through social media accounts, the court heard. The child had messaged a ‘Dr_Tombstone’ Kik account tied to Eisenhauer.
And social media messages were a key part of Friday’s hearing. In one message, Keepers told Eisenhauer that she smelled of cleaning supplies and wanted to take a shower.
In another message, Keepers told Eisenhauer that she would help him clean up from the murder because she was used to taking care of her sick family.
During the police interview, Keepers also said the pair had discussed possible ways to kill Lovell, which included drugging Lovell, Keepers hiding in the back of Eisenhauer’s car and knocking her out or making her death appear as a suicide.
And in a chilling confession, Keepers told police Eisenhauer was a ‘sociopath’ and she, a ‘sociopath in training’.
Keepers said Eisenhauer made her feel like she was in a secret club, and that he ‘understood her’
The prosecutors also gave evidence of text messages taken from Eisenhauer’s cellphone.
One message said that if the body isn’t found for a week, ‘it will never be traced.’