CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. (AP) Legal professionals for a person charged with homicide within the demise of a thirteen-yr-previous Virginia woman have requested a decide to throw out incriminating statements he allegedly made to investigators.
David Eisenhauer, of Columbia, Maryland, is accused of taking Nicole Lovell to a wooded space and stabbing her to demise.
Eisenhauer is scheduled to go on trial Nov. 2. In courtroom paperwork, his legal professionals say his statements must be tossed out as a result of investigators violated his rights.
His arguments are just like these made by his co-defendant, Natalie Keepers, who objected to how police questioned her and ultimately obtained a confession. Keepers, of Laurel, Maryland, is charged as an adjunct. Her trial is scheduled to start in February.
Eisenhauer and Keepers have been engineering college students at Virginia Tech when Lovell disappeared in January 2016.