III. Louis Coleman, a 32-year-old Providence man, accused of kidnapping Jassy Correia, allegedly took him to his building in 23, and after a late night he pulled his legs toward a lift.
This was one of the details of a complex affair that US lawyer Andrew Lelling, Massachusetts, announced when he announced federal charges against Sunday's Coleman, and as officials continued to disappear on 24 March.
Coleman, who was arrested last week in Delaware, was subjected to kidnapping, which led to death – an accusation of being sentenced to prison and entitled to death.
"The federal accusations have been brought about by the multi-state nature of the crimes and the punishments made available by the federal court, and they come here because Mrs Correia comes from here and so justice must be done. Lelling said at a Sunday press conference.
Coleman, who appeared on Monday in the Delaware Federal Court, faces additional charges in Rhode Island, which includes kidnapping, the failure to report death and the destruction of the body.
Yet, since Correia's body was discovered last week with Coleman, the authorities are still not saying where and when they died.
Here's what the law enforcement officials have said, from the moment Correia left the nightclub in Boston until Coleman stepped in court on Monday afternoon:
Saturday, February 23
Correia, the mother of a 2-year-old daughter in Lynn, celebrated her birthday with friends on Saturday, February 23rd, with Rachael Rollins Rachael Rollins attending on Friday.
The group traveled to Venu, the nightclub of the Boston Theater District on Warrenton Street.
Sunday, February 24
Later on Sunday, February 24, Correia is on Tremont Street, near the nightclub, and socializes with more people at 2:14 pm, according to a video shot by Thomas Zukauskas, an FBI Special Agent.
A few minutes later, a man is approaching him and the couple is seen before leaving the area before entering a red sedan, Zukauskas wrote in a federal court criminal record.
That evening, Coleman allegedly entered Venu and scanned the door to Rhode Island's driving license, which, according to the confidential statement, showed Chestnut Saint 95 in Providence.
The authorities say Coleman decided that the man who had left the area with Correia.
The Boston police said Correia, who "wore a big hoop earring, orange workwear, and a jean coat with red lips and pink wings," saw her in the car near Tremont and Herald. just south of the crowd.
This is the last known moment when Correia moves and the information authorities have been released to this day.
According to another surveillance video reviewed by the FBI, the red sedan entered the Coleman residential building in Providence – about 50 miles and an hour's drive from Venu – approx.
Coleman is said to have parked in the car, left, and returned with a "light-colored blanket," the writer says.
After a short while, Coleman walked from the red sedan toward the front of the building and wore long-haired and orange pants. I think this recording shows that Coleman leads the victim to his apartment house, ”wrote Zukauskas. “The video footage from the building lobby shows that it is approx. At 4:27 pm, Coleman entered the woman's body. I know the victim's appearance and I recognize the woman as a victim. Coleman put the victim on the floor and pulled the victim to the elevator of the building. The victim was naked from the waist and was wearing orange pants. The victim did not move and his body blushed.
At 4:29 pm, Coleman is said to pull Correia out of the elevator and into his sixth-floor apartment.
Tuesday, February 26
After not seeing Correia since she left Venu early Sunday morning, a friend accompanies Correia's father for approx. Zukauskas says the 23-year-old is missing from the Boston police.
As the two filed their report that day, they didn't know, Coleman allegedly made an excursion to Walmart, where the revenue show bought three Tyvek clothes, a tape, two candles, an electric tape, a mask, a surgical glove, two goggles. , breathing apparatus; and "CLN Release Bleach Bath," reported by Zukauskas.
He saw a red Buick sedan driving in the shop's parking lot, Zukauskas wrote. The authorities will later learn that Coleman does not have his vehicle name, but a 2016 Buick Red sedan is registered with his mother in California, according to the report.
Coleman's home surveillance video shows that he entered Walmart's shopping bags and officials said.
Wednesday, February 27
On Wednesday evening, the Boston police sent Correia a "missing person warning". Includes photos of him and the last person you saw, as well as the surveillance video.
Meanwhile, the video produced in Coleman's apartment house shows that she walked through 9:58. "A big dark suitcase with a bright blue tube," Zukauskas wrote.
"The suitcase was in new condition with sales labels," he wrote.
Thursday, February 28
Hourly, at 15:15, Coleman allegedly directed the apartment from the direction of the apartment to the elevator of the building, said the citizens.
"In a few minutes, Coleman stepped out of the elevator and rounded the suitcase through the parking lot and put the suitcase in the red sedan's body," Zukauskas wrote. "It seemed difficult for Coleman to lift the suitcase into the trunk."
Between 2:44 and 4:02, Coleman is said to leave the building several times with cardboard boxes, garbage bags, a glass bleach, a computer tower, a black carrying case, and a small bag of bags.
Since Correia was last seen on the morning of February 24, they never deliver Coleman's apartment, Lelling told reporters that it was Sunday.
Law enforcement officers gathered a search command later in the day at Coleman's apartment.
According to Zukauskas, two breathing masks are found, among others, and they notice that one of the four pillows on the couch is missing.
"White garbage bags, bag with plastic sheets, men's jeans and belts with whitening spots, white nylon hooded blanket, empty baking soda, clean goggles, respirator mask, canvas wrapping, alcohol rubbing, Walmart bags, used plastic gloves, an empty pack of a car air freshener, three empty packs of cleaning carbon and a sponge. statement Reading from Lelling's office.
On Thursday afternoon, Coleman's image was sent to a police officer in Boston for suspects of kidnapping.
The broadcast describing the vehicle was produced by Rhode Island and later found at 14 o'clock. at Interstate 95, near Wilmington, Delaware, by a Delaware State Police Detective Statement.
A state police commander ordered Coleman from Buick and asked him someone else was in the car, according to Zukauskas.
"Coleman said," He's in the tribe, "he wrote in the report.
There, in the tribe, the police found a "big dark suitcase with a blue pipeline," he thought was the same as Coleman saw last night, Zukauskas said.
He wrote: “Law enforcement opened the suitcase and watched a black plastic bag in the suitcase. Inside the black plastic bag was a light-colored sofa cushion cover. Inside the pillowcase was the body of a woman who seemed to be the victim who died.
The body had blood on his face and had "major bruises" and was tied to the pipeline, according to the report. "White residue left over the body" – authorities believe that baking soda is.
"Pillowcase, a pair of new long-handed cutter, plastic garbage bag, clothing, red plastic gas tank, green butane lighter, black gloves, carbon-air cleaner, air freshener, colored goggles, plastic Walmart bags, towels in Coleman's car working gloves, a new DeWalt pliers kit, a laptop, a computer hard drive / tower, and disinfecting wipes, ”says Lelling's office.
The photos of the sedan examined by Zukauskas show that the sedan windscreen cracked in two places on the passenger side, according to reports.
"Initially, it seems (Correia) to fight," Lelling said on Sunday, adding that it is not clear that the damage caused by the window is a consequence.
Lelling told reporters that Correia seems to have died of blunt trauma and strangulation.
When he was arrested, Coleman was "a big bandage on the right side of his face," Zukauskas wrote.
When asked, Coleman told a police commander, "This is from the girl," the report says.
March 1, Friday
Coleman appeared in the Justice Court of the Peace Court 11 in New Castle, Delaware, to disregard another state, court records.
He was also officially accused of Rhode Island, although officials at that time said he was unknown when he returned to court.
March 3, Sunday
Lelling announced a federal charge against Coleman in Massachusetts at a Sunday press conference.
"Inter-state kidnapping to death is the most appropriate prize and has the highest possible penalty," he said, when a reporter asked why no murder charges were filed. "This is a mandatory lifetime fee and a right to death, so it seemed like a logical choice."
Lelling said the investigators were not sure what Coleman had supposedly planned with Correia's body.
March 4th Monday
Coleman appeared in a federal court on Monday afternoon in Delaware, where he abandoned his detention and preliminary hearing based on a statement from Lelling's office.
He goes to Boston, where he faces a judge at a date to be determined.