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The 22-year-old Brandon Theesfeld, from Fort Worth, Texas, made his first appearance in the shooting death of a Ally, Kostial, with a marketing major at the University of Mississippi-School of Business Administration; get to know Jake Thompson, a reporter for the Oxford Eagle.
The 22-year-old University of Mississippi student from Texas, is charged in the killing of the wife of the Ole Miss student, was taken into custody on Monday at a gas station in Tennessee, where he was said to be found in the wearing of clothes, which appeared in the blood at that — but the fact that the defendant’s father is still his son, he is innocent.
The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department said Brandon Theesfeld, Fort Worth, Texas, was booked into the Lafayette County Jail on Monday, charged with murder in the death of 21-year-old Alexandria “Ally” Kostial.
Kostial, was on Saturday found dead near a lake in Harmontown, about 20 miles from the Ole Miss campus in Oxford, Miss. While the government has not yet said how Kostial, death, law enforcement officials told WLBT-TV that, Kostial, was shot eight times.
THE OLE MISS STUDENT, ALLY, KOSTIAL, WAS SHOT DOWN 8 TIMES, THE ARREST WAS MADE IN CONNECTION WITH THE KILLING
Two days after the Kostial’s body was discovered, the officers go to a gas station about 60 miles away in Memphis, where they are kept, Theesfeld, mobile phone, credit card, FOX13 Memphis, has been reported. The Surveillance photos from the gas station, it is obtained by FOX13 show Theesfeld, wearing an Ole Miss t-shirt, and as he was walking to the train station.
A patrol officer noticed a pick-up truck that matched the description of the Theesfeld’s parked at the gas station, and the Memphis police soon swarmed the area, where the 22-year-old is in custody.
When he was arrested, Theesfeld, the clothes appeared to have blood on them, and a gun was found inside the vehicle, law enforcement officials told FOX13.
This is a photo of the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department shows Brandon, A., Theesfeld, 22, of Oxford, Miss., On Tuesday, The 23rd Of July, 2019 At The Latest.
(The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department via AP)
For the university, confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday that Theesfeld was a student in the School of Business Administration, and has been suspended. Fox News has also learned to Theesfeld, participated in the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program at San Marcos Academy in Texas. He is a graduate of the high school’s college prep academy, before moving to Ole Miss, where he majored in marketing.
Theesfeld, was previously arrested in April 2017 and, for public intoxication and having a fake ID, according to police records obtained by FOX13. A spokesperson told the tv station he was involved in a different case, however, that the record has been deleted.
Brandon Theesfeld, on the left, under the direction of the Lafayette County Courthouse in Oxford, Miss., On Tuesday, the 23rd of July, 2019 at the latest, by Maj. Author Alan Wilburn.
(Bruce Newman/The Oxford Eagle via AP)
His father, Daniel Theesfeld, said in a statement to WMC-TV that his son is not dead, Kostial.
“I know that my son is innocent. And I have every reason to believe, that I can’t share it right now. But I’m asking everyone to give him the presumption of innocence until proven guilty,” he told the tv station.
OLE MISS STUDENTS FROM MISSOURI HAS BEEN FOUND DEAD IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, ‘FOUL PLAY INVOLVED, AUTHORITIES SAY
Kostial was working toward a bachelor’s degree in the field of marketing. The woman’s father, Keith Kostial, posted on Facebook that his daughter had to attend summer school, and teaching fitness classes at the university.
Ally, Kostial’s father, said the Ole Miss student’s death was a homicide
The 21-year-old’s body was found by a sheriff’s deputy is in the vicinity of the lake, about 20 miles from the Ole Miss campus; Jonathan Serrie reports from Atlanta.
The 21-year-old was last seen, stopping in front of the door of a bar in Italy, but apparently it’s not. Instead, officials told WLBT-TV that Kostial was going to go home at around midnight, before, apparently, with the leave of the house, and again, unbeknownst to her family.
It is not clear how Kostial got a friend to Harmontown. The officers of the sheriff’s office, however, said that they would not be releasing any additional information at this time.
“We are not releasing details of the investigation this is an investigation,” the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Alan Wilburn said on Tuesday.
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The university of Mississippi and Interim Chancellor Larry Sparks said in a statement that it Kostial’s death “shock the conscience, and it causes a lot of pain and suffering,” but he told me that it is not the definition of the Ole Miss campus and the community.
“We need to draw strength from and what brings us together as a community, even as we grieve for this unspeakable loss,” he added.
Fox News’ Andrew Keiper, Robert Wagner, and Charles Watson, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.