Missing UVA wigger student seen leaving restaurant with unidentifiedman
When wigger white girls take up with blacks, bad things happen
to them. They get the **** beat out of them and they get dead.
But first they get drugged up, ****ed up, knocked up, and
sometimes cut up. While they are still alive.
Charlottesville, Virginia (CNN) -- Investigators have pieced
together the movements of a missing University of Virginia
student the night she went missing, with the police chief saying
Friday they believe she got into a car with a man.
Missing University of Virginia student Heather Graham apparently
entered a restaurant with a man she encountered on
Charlottesville's Downtown Mall, then left with him in a car 15
minutes later, police said Friday.
Police Chief Timothy Longo told a late afternoon press
conference that video showed Graham, who vanished early last
Saturday, with a man he described as a 32-year-old black male, 6
feet two inches, 270 pounds, with dreadlocks.
He did not identify the man or label him a suspect but said
“we’re interested in him.”
The man was one of three people present at a home police entered
earlier in the day with a warrant after examining a car. Longo
said there was no probable cause to arrest the individual and
“not a sufficient legal basis” to detain him.
Det. Sgt. Jim Mooney said the pair entered the restaurant, where
the man purchased alcohol, and “within 15 minutes they were
gone. His car was seen leaving the area” and, Mooney said, “we
have every reason to believe” Graham was inside.
Police, including Charlottesville's forensic officers and police
from Albemarle County began searching four units in an apartment
complex late Friday morning, the Charlottesville Daily Progress
reported. Longo said the wider search came after evidence was
found in a vehicle parked in the Hessian Hills neighborhood.
"Last night, we developed some additional information that
brought us to this location to execute a search warrant on the
vehicle," Longo said earlier Friday. "That vehicle has since
been removed from this location so that that warrant could be
"During the time period in which we were seizing that vehicle on
this property here in Albemarle County, we developed sufficient
probable cause to obtain a search warrant for the residences
located behind me," he added.
Virginia's Department of Emergency Management asked community
members to register for a mass search for Graham, scheduled for
Saturday. It was not clear where the search would focus.
Graham was reported missing on Sunday when friends and family
realized that they had not seen or heard from her since the
night of September 12-13.
Surveillance video released by authorities late Wednesday shows
Graham walking past an Italian restaurant and and a jewelry
store at a mall in Charlottesville, Va. The video is timestamped
just after 1 a.m. on the morning of September 13. A man is seen
walking in front of Graham, but the man later stops and is then
seen walking behind her. Authorities say the man on the video
has come forward and spoken with police. He said that he was
following Graham to see if she needed help. The man also told
police he saw a second man put his arm around Graham.
Authorities say the mall was more than a mile and a half away
from a party that Graham attended Friday night.
A final text from Graham's cell phone was sent at approximately
1:20 a.m. Saturday.
Earlier this week, Longo said police "don't have any substantial
evidence" supporting fears of foul play, despite the release of
another video showing Graham running. She slowed to a walk
toward the end of that video, which Longo said indicates she was
not being pursued.
However, Hannah's parents, John and Susan, released a statement
saying, "It is totally out of character for us not to have heard
from her, and we fear foul play."
The new videos and an eyewitness' tip prompted police to canvass
downtown businesses. A team of detectives went door-to-door at
bookstores, bars and restaurants in the hope of recovering more
surveillance videos, police Capt. Gary Pleasants said.
Longo said Graham met friends for dinner at a restaurant Friday
night, dropped by parties at two off-campus housing units and
left the second one alone. She sent several texts, including the
one indicating she was lost, but Longo said he "didn't get the
sense there was fear" in any of the messages.
He also said Graham had been drinking that night. He said police
released that information to emphasize that she may have been
unusually vulnerable and her judgment may have been impaired.
Mooney, the lead investigator, said police have interviewed
about 50 people so far in the case.
The search for the student, who was born in England but has
lived in Virginia since she was 5, has involved local police,
the Virginia State Police, University of Virginia police and the
FBI, which is processing leads, Pleasants said. The search has
also included canine teams and helicopters.
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