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Suspect in death of missing UPenn student taken into custody

14 January 2018, 10:20 | Taylor George

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As CrimeOnline previously reported, detectives wrote in a warrant affidavit that while interviewing Woodward shortly after the victim's disappearance, they noticed his hands were scratched and he had "dirt under the fingernails" on both of his hands. Bernstein's body was found Tuesday in the brush along the perimeter of Lake Forest's Borrego Park after he had been missing for a week. He told relatives he was meeting up with his friends.

Sheriff's officials said the investigation is ongoing and a motive is still not known. The friend said he and Bernstein spoke on Snapchat that night of January 2 and made plans for the friend to pick him up.

Detectives used his Snapchat account to identify a friend who had picked him up the night before, said Orange County Undersheriff Don Barnes.

Authorities have said they were investigating the death as a homicide. An affidavit described detectives' interview with Woodward, who drove Bernstein to the park the last time he was seen alive. The driver said Bernstein didn't return text messages; according to the family friend, the driver returned hours later to search for Bernstein.

"With his death, a lovely light has been extinguished and we encourage you to continue to shine his light, through acts of loving kindness", the family said in a statement read by attorney Annee Della Donna. She told The Times, "I would just say that we are grateful for the fine men and women in the [Sheriff's Department] who have worked tirelessly to get answers for our family, our community and the world".

Bernstein's mother, Jeanne Pepper, responded to news of the arrest on Twitter, writing, "Finally".

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"Nothing will bring back my son, so we ask the world to please honor Blaze's memory by doing an act of kindness today. My only hopes are that he will never have the opportunity to hurt anyone else again and that something meaningful can come from the senseless act of Blaze's murder".

Search and rescue crews looked for Bernstein for several days, with assistance from drone pilots. He said the scratches and abrasions were from a "fight club" he was involved in. They also saw dirt under his nails.

The 16-page warrant filed by a sheriff's investigator and obtained by Bernstein's friend was "breathing heavy, talking fast and visibly shaking". He said he then left around 1 a.m. and drove to his girlfriend's house in Tustin and then returned to the park at about 3:40 a.m. after Bernstein still had not responded. Inside the vehicle, officers found camping equipment, a black belt, and a large plastic bin inside.

He agreed to be further interviews at the sheriff's headquarters in Santa Ana, where his story "stayed fairly consistent".

"On their way out of Sheriff's Headquarters, (investigators) noticed every door (the friend) had to touch on the way out of the building he pulled his jacket over his hand to prevent his hand and fingers from touching any part of the doors he touched", the affidavit stated, according to the report.

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