A U.S. woman has been charged with her Tinder date's murder after her dismembered body was found dumped in several garbage bags.
Trail has previous convictions for theft and writing worthless checks in Kansas.
Sidney Loofe, 24, was found chopped up in several garbage bags after meeting Bailey Boswell for a date on the app, with Boswell and her boyfriend Aubrey Trail charged with first-degree murder Monday. Investigators said Trail and Boswell were captured on video at a Home Depot in Lincoln on November 15 buying tools used to dismember Loofe, hours before her death and while she was still at work.
Loofe had last been heard from on November 15 when she posted a photo of herself to her Snapchat story and captioned it "ready for my date".
Her body was discovered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on December 5, and meanwhile Boswell and Trail are accused of handling stolen goods. The charges alleging unlawful abandoning of human remains carry a possible sentence of up to two years in prison, and nine to twelve months post-release supervision.
In May, Boswell pleaded guilty in an unrelated gold coin scheme in Kansas.
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Despite their claims, the district attorney's office ultimately made a decision to charge Trail and Boswell with premeditated murder as opposed to an accidental death.
But on November 16, Loofe didn't show up for work at Menard's in north Lincoln or respond to family members who attempted to contact her, the Lincoln Journal-Star reported.
He told the Omaha World-Herald: 'It wasn't supposed to go to the extreme it went, of course not. "It wasn't meant that she was to die", he told police.
Despite her murder being determined as not accidental, Trail insists it was and that Loofe was willingly participating in a sexual fantasy with him and at least two other women when she died and that she had something around her neck.
In newly unsealed documents, prosecutors allege that Trail and Boswell were captured by surveillance footage at a Home Depot on November 15, buying the tools that they would use to cut up Loofe's body.
Prosecutors allege that Aubrey Trail told investigators he he strangled Sydney Loofe, 24, with an extension cord.
"A life for a life - that's the rules in my world", he said. I should be put to death, ' he told Omaha World-Herald. He said he believes he should receive the death penalty, the paper reports. However, he said Boswell was on drugs at the time and wasn't in the room when Loofe died.