All this week, we are counting down the biggest stories of 2021. The kidnapping and death of University of South Carolina student Samantha Josephson stunned the Midlands community. Nathaniel rowland was convicted of her murder.
The jury deliberated for about 1 hour and 7 minutes Tuesday, before finding Nathaniel Rowland guilty of kidnapping and murder
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– A judge handed down sentencing Tuesday for the man found guilty in the murder of USC Student Samantha Josephson. Nathaniel Rowland was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Josephson. The jury deliberated for about 1 hour and 7 minutes before finding Nathaniel Rowland guilty of kidnapping and guilty of murder. Before sentencing, Samantha Josephson’s…
A jury found Nathaniel Rowland guilty of kidnapping and murdering Samantha Josephson in 2019. Following his conviction, family members of Josephson and the parents of Rowland addressed the court.
Nathaniel Rowland was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of USC student Samantha Josephson.
Jury finds Nathaniel Rowland guilty of both kidnapping and murdering USC student Samantha Josephson in March 2019. Josephson got into Rowland’s car in Five Points after mistaking it for her Uber.
Closing arguments concluded and the jury moved to deliberations in the trial of Nathaniel Rowland. Rowland is accused of murdering USC student Samantha Josephson in March of 2019.
Nathaniel Rowland is charged in connection with the murder and kidnapping of Josephson. Police say she got into his car thinking it was an Uber
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)–Closing arguments are set for Tuesday morning in the trial for the man accused of killing USC Student Samantha Josephson. The Prosecution rested Monday, then shortly after, the Defense rested. Last week, during testimony, the prosecution brought numerous witnesses to the stand. Nathaniel Rowland is charged in connection with the murder and kidnapping of Samantha Josephson. Police say…
In the trial of Nathaniel Rowland today, a body cam and video expert testified before the court.
After five days of testimony at the Richland County courthouse, the prosecution rested its case in this mistaken rideshare murder trial. Today’s testimony included graphic explanations of Samantha Josephson’s injuries, which a forensic pathologist says included more than 100 stab wounds.
Both the prosecution and defense have rested their cases in the trial of Nathaniel Rowland. Closing arguments are set for tomorrow.