Nebraska couple charged with brutally murdering, dismembering Tinder date

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 13, 2018

A Nebraska couple bought the tools that police believe they used to dismember their Tinder date hours before they allegedly strangled her to death with an extension cord.

Trail has previous convictions for theft and writing worthless checks in Kansas.

Trail and Boswell reportedly gave their side of the story in a now-deleted video that was posted to "Finding Sydney", a Facebook page Loofe's family created to collect tips pertaining to the missing 24-year-old.

Court documents say the duo then went on a second date on November 15.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Loofe's body was discovered in rural Clay County in early December.

Loofe had last been heard from on November 15 when she posted a photo of herself to her Snapchat story and captioned it "ready for my date".

Trail and Boswell appeared in Saline County Court on Tuesday.

In May, Boswell pleaded guilty in an unrelated gold coin scheme in Kansas.

Police say the last time Loofe's phone was used was near a cellphone tower near Wilber in Saline County at about 8:31 p.m. on the 15th.

Loofe's mother reported her missing on November 16, and in December, her body was found stuffed into garbage bags that had been dumped in a field near Edgar, a city roughly 90 miles southwest of Lincoln.

Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell are seen in police booking
Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell are seen in police booking

He said: "It wasn't supposed to go to the extreme it went, of course not".

'It wasn't meant that she was to die'.

Since he and Boswell were arrested weeks after Loofe's disappearance in November, Trail has told several news outlets that her death was accidental, though he didn't elaborate.

If convicted, both Trail and Boswell could potentially face the death penalty, with prosecutors stating that it is now being considered. Her dismembered corpse had been stuffed into several garbage bags.

According to the documents, Trail told investigators that he strangled Loofe with an extension cord.

"A life for a life - that's the rules in my world", Trail told the World-Herald in January. "I should be put to death".

Following her graduation, she moved to Lincoln where she took a job as a cashier for the home improvement store Menards. He said he believes he should receive the death penalty, the paper reports.

Judge Bauer set the next hearings for both Trail and Boswell for June 19, when both will tell the court whether they want a preliminary hearing on the felony charges.

The pair were named as persons of interest when Loofe failed to return home after her meet up with Boswell.

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