Suspect in Temple student's death had criminal record in Scranton area
06 September, 2017, 12:25 | Author: Celia Hoffman
An undated photo provided by the Philadelphia Police Department shows Joshua Hupperterz of Philadelphia.
Hupperterz has confessed to elements of the crime, police said.
A former Temple University student was charged Sunday in the death of a current student whose remains were found over the weekend, as details of his criminal record emerged.
He was accused of murder, mishandle of a cadaver, messing with proof and medication offenses after the dead group of Jenna Burleigh, a 22-year-old junior at Temple, was found at his grandma's home on Saturday.
Court documents don't list an attorney for Hupperterz.
Burleigh, an inhabitant of the Philadelphia suburb of Harleysville, exchanged to Temple.
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They say he then put her corpse in a storage bin and moved it to his mother's house in nearby Jenkintown before transporting it 140 miles north to his grandmother's home in Paupack Township via a taxi booked through Lyft - a service similar to Uber.
Police interviewed his roommate at a home in the 1700 block of North 16th Street, where police allegedly found evidence connected with Burleigh's disappearance, as well as drugs.
Investigators say Hupperetz killed Burleigh with a blunt instrument and strangulation in or close to his Philadelphia apartment in the early hours of Thursday 31 August after the pair left a bar together.
The investigation quickly focused on Hupperterz, police said.
A Times-Tribune story reported that Hupperterz, who was 25 at the time, broke into a Taylor Avenue home in Scranton in July 2013 and tried to steal a half keg of beer from a shower stall, among other items. She was majoring in film and media arts, Temple spokesman Ray Betzner said. Classes at the university's Philadelphia campus had just begun Monday, and it had been Burleigh's first week at Temple, he said. "Now I know for sure that you can have a "broken heart" RIP honey", Burleigh's father, Ed Burleigh, wrote on Facebook.
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