#Nathaniel Rowland

New York Post

Man gets life for killing University of SC student who mistook his car for Uber

A South Carolina man was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday for abducting and killing a college student who mistakenly entered his car thinking it was her Uber. The sentencing of Nathaniel Rowland, 27, came the same day jurors found him guilty of the March 2019 murder of Samantha Josephson, a 21-year-old University of South Carolina senior.
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VERDICT reached in case of UofSC student killed after she mistook car for Uber ride in 2019

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Breaking update:. The jury has found Nathaniel Rowland guilty of murder and kidnapping in the death of UofSC Samantha Josephson student. A South Carolina man killed the college student who mistook his car for her Uber ride in 2019, then abandoned her body in remote woods and scrubbed her blood from the vehicle to try to hide the evidence, prosecutors told a jury Tuesday during closing arguments.

Nathaniel Rowland sentenced to life in prison

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Nathaniel Rowland was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of USC student Samantha Josephson. The jury found Nathaniel Rowland guilty of kidnapping and guilty of murdering Josephson on March 29, 2019. Samantha Josephson was killed on March 29, 2019. The University of South Carolina student...
The State

Rowland trial live updates: Josephson’s DNA on suspected murder weapon, witness says

The trial of Nathaniel Rowland, a man accused of killing University of South Carolina student Samantha Josephson, entered its fifth day Friday. Josephson’s case gained nation attention after it was reported that she was killed after mistakenly getting into a car that was not her Uber while out celebrating in Five Points, the entertainment district in Columbia most frequented by USC students. Her body was found hours later dumped in a wooded area 60 miles from Columbia.

Rowland ‘received a fair trial’ in murder of Samantha Josephson, prosecutor says

Despite protests from Nathaniel Rowland, his attorneys and family, the man who murdered Samantha Josephson’s family received a “fair trial,” the top prosecutor said Tuesday. Evidence brought forth by prosecutors included finding Josephson’s DNA in the back of Rowland’s car, tracking Rowland’s phone to and from the place where Josephson’s...