A Minnesota blues drummer finding out psychology who was stabbed to demise in her house within the Netherlands had texted a pal final week, saying her roommate threatened to kill three individuals.
Sarah Papenheim of Minnesota was found Wednesday stabbed to demise in a Rotterdam house close to Erasmus College, the place she’d been finding out since 2016, police spokeswoman Miriam Boers stated. A 23-year-old man has been arrested in her slaying, although his identification has not been launched. On Friday, he was ordered detained for 2 extra weeks whereas the investigation continues.
The 21-year-old girl’s pal, Adam Pryor, stated he obtained a textual content message from Papenheim on Dec. 6, saying her roommate threatened to kill three individuals. Within the messages, Papenheim stated she was going to need to go to the police, The Related Press reported. Pryor stated he was undecided if she went to the police.
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He advised “Good Morning America” he felt one thing was flawed along with her earlier than she died.
“I might inform she wasn’t doing proper as a result of she was simply being bizarre over textual content after which I requested her what’s flawed and she or he stated she by no means talks to anybody anymore,” Pryor stated.” “[She said], ‘I work full time and I’ve faculty full time and the whole lot is simply so f—-d up proper now. My roommate advised me goes to kill three individuals so I am gonna to need to go to the police.’”
He referred to as his pal “certainly one of a sort.”
“It was simply unimaginable. We talked simply on a regular basis over there, via textual content and whatnot, out and in of faculty for each of us. It is simply — she’s certainly one of a sort,” he stated.
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Donee Odegard, Papenheim’s mother, advised the Star Tribune the person accused of murdering her daughter had been “getting an increasing number of indignant” over the previous couple of weeks.
“They’d speak music all night time,” Odegard stated. “They kinda clicked on that. Then as time went on, he’d get highs and lows.”
Fox Information’ Ryan Gaydos and the Related Press contributed to this report.