As the family of a Georgia college student whose body was discovered in a study room at her dorm more than a week ago prepares for her funeral, authorities confirmed Wednesday that they suspect foul play in her death.
Jasmine Benjamin, a 17-year-old Valdosta State University freshman, was found dead on November 18 in a study room on the fifth floor of Georgia Hall. University police said Tuesday that the case is being treated as a homicide.
On Tuesday, HLN’s Nancy Grace looked at some of the most intense and dramatic high-speed police chases in recent memory, including one that took place in the Los Angeles area in September, lasting more than an hour and covering about 40 miles.
It began around 10:00 a.m. on September 13 when three masked men allegedly robbed a Bank of America branch in Canyon Country, California. A fourth suspect was waiting in a getaway car outside, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Spartanburg police say 23-year-old Edward Guerin caused more than $700 worth of damage and costs to clean the carpets after he allegedly defecated in the dining room of a South Carolina restaurant, HLN affiliate WHNS reported.
Guerin was arrested and charged with public disorderly conduct and malicious injury to property.
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