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But locals reported hearing her screams to family 11 days later on February 9.Local resident Natalina Silva told Brazil's G1 website: "When I got there right in front of the tomb, I heard banging from inside it.Bryan Costello, now 25, was in grade school when his mother, Diane Costello, died in 2001. Their father, Robert, raised them alone after she died. Those who knew the victim also are in shock, a year later, saying Du Bois had been nicknamed “Whispers” because of his soft-spoken voice and shy nature.“He was a really quiet kid but always came alive on the basketball court,” said Chip Mitchell, an assistant coach for the varsity basketball team at Life Center Academy in Burlington, where Du Bois went to school in his sophomore and junior years.Więcej informacji, łącznie z informacjami o dostępnych opcjach kontroli, znajdziesz w dokumencie : Zasady stosowania plików cookie.



Video shows the moment relatives prised the casket open at the cemetery in Riachao das Neves, northeast Brazil, only to find her corpse inside.“He wanted to play basketball in college and then the NBA, and that’s all he ever talked about.” Du Bois, who previously lived in West Windsor, later graduated from West Windsor High. 3, 2016, the Costello brothers were brought into police headquarters for questioning, before the body was found, and each gave a statement. The police and investigators “talked to my client an hour and a half without Mirandizing him, and then decided to Mirandize them because they said they found new evidence at the house. They said they weren’t suspects yet, but we argued it clearly was an interrogation,” said Tim Farrow, a Moorestown attorney who represents Bryan Costello.This month, their defense lawyers successfully argued that these statements are inadmissible at trial because their clients were not read their rights. Bonnie Geller-Gorman, Christopher Costello’s attorney, did not return calls for comment.Neighbors, who didn’t want to be named, said the house where the Costellos lived has been vacant. Neighbors said the family was friendly and they never witnessed any signs that the brothers would be capable of murder. But about five years ago, they said, they began to see suspicious activity — as many as 40 or 50 cars pulling up to the house briefly and then leaving, on a daily basis.

They said they suspected drug dealing and contacted local police.

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