We've been covering the investigation into Lovell's death all week. We found out in court Thursday, that the woman who's charged in that investigation, Natalie Keepers, has a history of cutting and anxiety.
Police responded to Mount Vernon Avenue just after 7:00 p.m. Monday night and found Randolph Neal shot. He told officers two men approached him and demanded money, before one of them shot him several times.
In depth economic and demographic data was researched by regional stakeholders to help make the property more attractive to a buyer who will invest more than just money in the area. But the owners have remained firm on selling to the person with the most money, with no regard for their intentions on the property.
Heather Baker tells media outlets that she received a letter dated Feb. 1 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirming that she has Zika virus. Baker thinks she contracted the virus in November while on a mission trip in Guatemala.
Natalie Keepers' attorney had requested the hearing after she was charged with accessory after the fact and illegally disposing of Nicole Lovell's body. Another charge of being an accessory before the fact was filed Tuesday afternoon.
The organization Help Save the Next Girl works to stop predatory violence through education, victim outreach, and legislation following the 2009 murder of Morgan Harrington. Now for the first time, the group is joined by law enforcement.