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Student killed after taking car she mistook for Uber was victim of 'heinous' acts, prosecutor says

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SectionsTVFeaturedMore from NBC Follow NBC News A college student suffered "heinous, cruel and malicious acts" as she was kidnapped and murdered two years ago by a man she mistook for her Uber driver, a South Carolina prosecutor told jurors Tuesday.The woman, Samantha Josephson, was out with her friends, just months short of graduating from the University of South Carolina, before she was killed on March 29, 2019, authorities said.Authorities said Josephson, 21, a native of Robbinsville, New Jersey, was in Columbia's Five Points entertainment district when she got into Nathaniel Rowland's black Chevrolet Impala, believing it was her ride home.Fifth Circuit Solicitor Byron Gipson told jurors that they would be shown security video, cellphone tracking data, the murder weapon and other incriminating evidence that would lead to a finding of guilty."It's those intentional deliberate, heinous, cruel and malicious acts that Nathaniel David Rowland has been indicted for kidnapping Samantha Josephson.

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