A 29-year-old former Temple University student was arraigned Sunday morning and charged with the murder of Jenna Burleigh, a young woman who had just started classes at Temple days earlier.
Charges against other individuals are possible, police said. He was also charged with abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence, and possession of an instrument of crime.
Police said Joshua Hupperterz was arrested Saturday at his grandmother's house, 140 miles north of Philadelphia, Philly.com reported.
Jenna's aunt confirmed her passing to The Tab shortly after her father's status was published. A body was found on a property in Paupack Twp., Keyes said in the release.
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"Now I know for sure that you can have a "broken heart" RIP honey", Burleigh's father, Ed Burleigh, wrote on Facebook Saturday.
Charlie Leone, the executive director of Temple's Campus Safety Services, told PhillyVoice on Saturday that Burleigh's family contacted Temple police when she never came home Thursday. Hupperterz, 29, was reportedly shown on local surveillance cameras walking with Burleigh to his house early Thursday morning, according to reports. Candles flickered in their windows as a light rain fell outside. There was no word on the circumstances or cause of Burleigh's death.
Investigators say it is the home Hupperterz's grandmother, where they discovered Burleigh's body on the grandmother's property in Wayne County. The 22-year-old student who was majoring in film and arts had transferred to temple this week.
On Friday night, police executed a search warrant at a home in the 1700 block of North 16th Street, where the man being questioned lives, police spokeswoman Officer Tanya Little said.
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When investigators entered Hupperterz's Philadelphia apartment, they found blood, drugs and cash.
A neighbor heard screams coming from the apartment around 4 a.m. Thursday, according to the Inquirer, citing a police source.
Hupperterz had scratches on his face and a cut of some kind on his hand.
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