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They appeared in Saline County court via video conference, wearing orange jumpsuits. On Monday night, Nebraska’s attorney general charged the duo with first-degree murder and improper disposal of human skeletal remains.
According to newly-released court documents, Trail confessed to strangling Loofe with an extension cord and told cops that Boswell helped clean up the crime scene. 16 when she didn’t show up for her cashier shift at Menards, a home-improvements chain store.
They posted the now-deleted clips to a Facebook group run by the victim’s family called “Finding Sydney Loofe.” Boswell, a young mother from Missouri, told her social-media viewers that she met Loofe on Tinder and they “drove around Lincoln, smoked weed [and] had a great time.” She took Loofe on another date the following evening, she said.Last month, the pair agreed to plead guilty to one count, for which they each face 10 years behind bars and 0,000 in fines. Court papers provide a glimpse into Loofe’s final moments, after months of silence from law enforcement officials investigating her demise.But Trail and Boswell could now encounter more serious consequences: life in prison or even death for the murder of Loofe. And they allegedly dumped Loofe’s remains between Nov. The charges also come months after Trail, in a series of bizarre phone calls from jail, claimed he killed Loofe in a sex game gone wrong.Patience is a virtue, and I've learned a lot of it here," Crupi's profile reads.Crupi's lawyer, Mario Gallucci, said his client has a right to keep up the profile."I could understand why the victim's family may believe that it's disrespectful, however, my client needs to do something to keep his hopes up, and writing such a profile could be beneficial to him being able to serve his life sentence," Gallucci said.
"Seeing this is causing me a lot of pain all over again," Mapes said.